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MOF: Standard & Poor’s Downgrade in China’s Credit Rating is A Wrong Decision
Sep 22,2017 10:40CST
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It is a wrong decision that the Standard & Poor’s downgraded China’s sovereign credit rating, head of China’s Ministry of Finance said to one reporter.

SHANGHAI, Sept. 22 (SMM) - It is a wrong decision that the Standard & Poor’s downgraded China’s sovereign credit rating, head of China’s Ministry of Finance said to one reporter.

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