A woman walks past an art sculpture on display in front of an under construction fashion boutique outlet covered by its advertisement board at a shopping mall in Beijing, China Monday, May 12, 2014. Chinese president Xi Jinping has told the country to get used to slower growth, damping expectations of a new stimulus, following weakening trade and manufacturing. Economic growth slowed in the latest quarter to 7.4 percent after last year's full-year expansion of 7.7 percent tied 2012 for the weakest performance since 1999. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)
BEIJING -- China's president has told the country to get used to slower growth, damping expectations of a new stimulus.
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Print Headline: China’s chief says expect slower growth