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China vows to keep growth steady, fine-tune policy in second-half

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's politburo, the country's top decision-making body, pledged on Tuesday to keep economic growth stable in the second half by fine-tuning policies, while pressing ahead with reforms and restructuring, the official Xinhua news agency said.Full story

China should probe foreign luxury carmakers over prices: Xinhua

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Foreign carmakers are reaping exorbitant profits selling imported luxury cars in China and should face an anti-trust investigation, the official Xinhua News Agency said, in what may amount to a shot across the bow of foreign auto firms. Full story

China quake death toll more than doubles to 54, hundreds hurt

BEIJING (Reuters) - The death toll from a 6.6 magnitude earthquake in China's western Gansu province on Monday more than doubled to 54 people, the municipal government said, with hundreds injured as many homes in affected areas collapsed. Full story

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