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09.06.2013

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China slowdown hits Aust mining exports MP3

The Australian dollar has dipped to a 20-month low on new concerns that China's economy might be in for a rapid slowdown. Data released at the weekend shows that the world second biggest economy grew at its weakest pace in 13 years. A China slowdown has direct implications for Australia with imports of resources also alarmingly lower. Source: abc.net.au

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