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Apr.16 — China’s economy recorded the first contraction in decades in the first quarter as the coronavirus outbreak shut down large parts of the world’s second-largest economy and dimmed the global outlook. Gross domestic product shrank 6.8% in the first quarter from a year ago. Robin Xing, chief China economist at Morgan Stanley, discusses what the data say about the outlook for the economy and policies on “Bloomberg Markets: Asia.”

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