An employee guides a crane as it transports a roll of steel sheet, at a factory in Handan, Hebei province. March factory output rose 5.6 per cent from a year earlier. Photo: Reuters

China’s slowest quarterly growth in six years raises fears over nation’s job stability

If the world’s second-largest economy further loses steam, a growing number of companies could have to cut jobs to cope with high financing costs

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An employee guides a crane as it transports a roll of steel sheet, at a factory in Handan, Hebei province. March factory output rose 5.6 per cent from a year earlier. Photo: Reuters
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