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Jobs, moola, and livelihoods.
On Wednesday, Premier Li Keqiang tackled all three as he presided over the weekly State Council executive meeting.
And with good reason: China’s deteriorating job market is giving policymakers a run for their money.
The official unemployment rate hit 6.1% in A...
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