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A World Bank-supported project scaled up low-carbon investments in buildings in Shanghai, mainly its Changning District.


The report projects that economic growth in China will slow sharply to 1.6 percent this year – the slowest expansion since 1976.



Martin Raiser

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Binyam Reja, Ph.D.

Practice Manager, Transport, Central Asia, China, and Mongolia

Sebastian Eckardt

Lead Economist and Program Leader, World Bank China, Mongolia and Korea

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