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China's economic reform could slow growth

16 April 2014 Last updated at 01:07 BST

China's economic reform agenda could slow growth on the mainland, and first quarter gross domestic product (GDP) due Wednesday will be closely watched.

These are expected to show the economy is slowing down - partly because that's what the Chinese want it to do as they make certain economic reforms in a bid to ensure longer-term economic health.

The BBC's Rico Hizon asked Catherine Yeung, from Fidelity Worldwide Investment, about her forecasts for the Chinese economy.

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