A woman walks past a construction project in Beijing's central business district, which includes China Zun, the city's tallest building. Moody's on May 24 slashed China's credit rating for the first time in almost three decades citing concerns about the country's rising debt and slowing growth. Photo: AFP A woman walks past a construction project in Beijing's central business district, which includes China Zun, the city's tallest building. Moody's on May 24 slashed China's credit rating for the first time in almost three decades citing concerns about the country's rising debt and slowing growth. Photo: AFP
A woman walks past a construction project in Beijing's central business district, which includes China Zun, the city's tallest building. Moody's on May 24 slashed China's credit rating for the first time in almost three decades citing concerns about the country's rising debt and slowing growth. Photo: AFP
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A woman walks past a construction project in Beijing's central business district, which includes China Zun, the city's tallest building. Moody's on May 24 slashed China's credit rating for the first time in almost three decades citing concerns about the country's rising debt and slowing growth. Photo: AFP A woman walks past a construction project in Beijing's central business district, which includes China Zun, the city's tallest building. Moody's on May 24 slashed China's credit rating for the first time in almost three decades citing concerns about the country's rising debt and slowing growth. Photo: AFP
A woman walks past a construction project in Beijing's central business district, which includes China Zun, the city's tallest building. Moody's on May 24 slashed China's credit rating for the first time in almost three decades citing concerns about the country's rising debt and slowing growth. Photo: AFP
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