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But opinions differ on length of time to deal with difficulties
Policy makers hesitant about next step as money supply increases a lot
Piles of high-end seafood - including lobsters, crabs and abalone - sat quietly in the small tanks of various vendors, during a visit to one of the largest aquatics markets in northern Beijing this week.
Chinese shares dropped for an eighth consecutive day Thursday against a backdrop of unexpected economic weakness and concerns about possible capital flight, which have overshadowed Asian bourses for weeks.
New initiatives to lift investment in the continent