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Andrew Tilton, chief Asia Pacific economist at Goldman Sachs, discusses China's efforts to support economic growth. China stepped up its economic stimulus with a further 1 trillion yuan ($146 billion) of funding largely focused on infrastructure spending amid signs the recovery is slowing. Tilton speaks with Rishaad Salamat, David Ingles and Yvonne Man on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."