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Chinese central bank says economic growth prospects have improved

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(Reuters) - Chinese central governor Zhou Xiaochuan said China's growth prospects have improved and that the country is focused on the structural adjustment of its economy.

Zhou was speaking to other central governors and finance ministers from the so-called BRICS countries in Baden-Baden, Germany, during meetings, according to a post on the People's of China's website on Saturday.

Zhou stressed that China's monetary policy remained prudent and neutral.

(Reporting by Elias Glenn and Ryan Woo; editing by David Clarke)

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Chinese central bank says economic growth prospects have improved

BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan said China's growth prospects have improved and that the country is focused on the structural adjustment of its economy.

(Reuters) - Chinese central governor Zhou Xiaochuan said China's growth prospects have improved and that the country is focused on the structural adjustment of its economy.

Zhou was speaking to other central governors and finance ministers from the so-called BRICS countries in Baden-Baden, Germany, during meetings, according to a post on the People's of China's website on Saturday.

Zhou stressed that China's monetary policy remained prudent and neutral.

(Reporting by Elias Glenn and Ryan Woo; editing by David Clarke)

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Chinese central bank says economic growth prospects have improved

(Reuters) - Chinese central governor Zhou Xiaochuan said China's growth prospects have improved and that the country is focused on the structural adjustment of its economy.

Zhou was speaking to other central governors and finance ministers from the so-called BRICS countries in Baden-Baden, Germany, during meetings, according to a post on the People's of China's website on Saturday.

Zhou stressed that China's monetary policy remained prudent and neutral.

(Reporting by Elias Glenn and Ryan Woo; editing by David Clarke)

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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