SHANGHAI, May 30- Short term policies could stabilize China's slowing economy in the second half of this year, but for growth to make a lasting recovery Beijing should foster new sectors and innovation, a government think tank's chief economist was reported as saying on Saturday. China's growth trajectory will be "L" shaped, rather than "V" shaped, and it is difficult...» Read More
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