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Chinese economy will grow 1.6% in 2020, 7.9% in 2021: World Bank

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Beijing/Shanghai, Jul 29 (EFE/EPA).- China's economy will grow 1.6 percent this year but will expand 7.9 percent next year, according to projections in the latest World Bank report, published Wednesday.Although the forecast for 2020 will be the smallest growth since 197, growing 7.9 percent in 2021 would signify the fastest pace since 2012, taking into account that the GDP growth rate is measured in year-on-year terms and that in 2011 it had been 9.6 percent. (Camera: WU HONG / ALEKSANDAR PLAVEVSKI)FOOTAGE SHOWS B-ROLL OF SHANGHAI AND BEIJING, CHINA.

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