PARIS Mens Jordan Retro For Sale , April 1 (Xinhua) -- Former Marseille coach Jose Anigo believed that Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic should have enjoyed a better life at Stade Velodrome instead of that at Parc des Princes.

The 53-year-old, who took over from Elie Baup as caretaker boss last season before Argentine Marcelo Bielsa took the reign in summer, told Wednesday's Le 10 Sport that the Swede would've been loved despite his recent rant.

"If he had played with OM, Marseille fans would have supported him while everyone else heckled him," he said. "He reminds me of Cantona."

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Former Manchester United goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel also said last week that Ibrahimovic would be ideally suited to Manchester United as he feels he would blossom at Old Trafford in the same way as Cantona.

Ibrahimovic was caught on camera after PSG's 3-2 loss to Bordeaux on March 15 calling France "a shit country" while complaining on a referee's performance.

"The country does not deserve the PSG. We are too good for them, " said the 33-year-old, who apologized on the very night through the Ligue 1 champions website after a fallout from his outburst.

The 33-year-old Cheap Air Jordan Retro Shoes For Sale , having inspired the capital club to two Ligue 1 titles since his move from AC Milan in 2012, will face a French Football League (LFP) disciplinary commission hearing on April 9 over his foul-mouthed rant.

This weekend, the currently third-placed Marseille host the leaders PSG in the 31st round of Ligue 1 and Anigo was confident that his former club would win.

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Ibrahimovic has scored 17 goals in 21 league matches this season heading into Sunday's match against Marseille, who sit two points behind the leaders.

WASHINGTON, Feb. 11 (Xinhua) -- In her first testimony to the Congress, U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen reiterated central bank's plan to taper its stimulus exit despite recent weakness in the economy.

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Yellen told lawmakers she expected "a great deal of continuity" in the central bank's monetary policy, saying that she served on the Fed policy-setting committee as the bank formulated its current policy strategy and she strongly supported that strategy.

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In the public debut in her new role, Yellen said while the economy gained steam at the end of 2013, recovery in the U.S. labor market was "far from complete," underscoring the importance of considering more than just the unemployment rate when evaluating the conditions of the labor market.

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"If coming information broadly supports the Committee's expectation of ongoing improvement in labor market conditions and inflation moving back toward its long-run objective, the Committee will likely reduce the pace of asset purchases in further measured steps at future meetings," Yellen indicated steady pullback in Fed stimulus, referring to the Federal Open Market Committee, which sets monetary policy.

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The Fed trimmed its monthly purchases of Treasury and mortgage- backed securities by a total of 10 billion dollars in both December and January, citing strengthening economy and continued improvement in the labor market.

The Fed policymakers have suggested they would continue to reduce the bond buying, which now totals 65 billion dollars a month, at a similar pace at each Fed meeting and end it by the end of 2014, provided the economy develops generally in line with expectations.

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BEIJING, July 7 (Xinhua) -- China's economy is likely to stabilize and recover in the latter half of the year as data suggest economic fundamentals are improving.

Multiple economic indicators suggest the worst is over and positive changes are emerging due to pro-growth and reform policies, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said Monday.

The remarks followed Premier Li Keqiang's reassurance earlier this month that continued macroeconomic regulations and a campaign to promote innovation and entrepreneurship would ensure the country hits this year's growth target.

The reaffirmation of confidence came ahead of the release of GDP data for the second quarter on July 15, which analysts predict will slip below 7 percent as the effects of China's pro-growth policies have yet to spread.

UBS chief China economist Wang Tao estimated GDP growth will ease to 6.9 percent in the second quarter as the real economy remains sluggish.

But as the effects of the country's expansionary fiscal policy and monetary easing spread, growth is expected to tic.