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HSBC cuts China growth view for 2013, 2014

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HSBC on Wednesday cut its growth forecasts for China, citing faster reform moves that could hurt growth, along with weaker-than-expected data flows
Qu Hongbin, chief economist for China at HSBC, said their 2013 and 2014 gross domestic product views now stand at 7.4%, versus prior forecasts of 8.2% and 8.4%, respectively Consensus is calling for China growth of 7.8% in 2013, he noted
Sub-8% growth will likely add to disinflationary pressures on the country, said Hongbin, who also lowered the consumer price inflation view to 2.5% year-on-year from 3.1% and the 2014 CPI view to 2.6% from 2.7%
Hongbin said it will take time for new measures from China to "filter through to the economy and have an impact on growth
In the short term some reform initiatives will actually be negative for demand, implying that growth will slow before regaining momentum in 2015."
Growth should rebound in 2015, noted HSBC

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