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Construction workers take a nap in front of a wall of a construction site during their lunch break in Beijing, China. As growth in China's sagging economy looks on the verge of spilling below 7 percent, officials worried about a spike in unemployment are pulling out all the stops to avoid mass lay-offs. Picture taken on May 5, 2015

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Construction workers take a nap in front of the wall of a construction site during their lunch break in Beijing, China

Men eat lunch and relax on a stairway covered in artificial grass near St. Pancras Station in London...Men eat lunch and relax on a stairway covered in artificial grass near St. Pancras Station in London August 20 2013.  REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)

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Men relax and chat while enjoying the UK’s sunny, warm weather on steps covered in artificial grass near St. Pancras Station in London on Tuesday 

A group of Chinese workers have lunch by a road in Beijing on April 16, 2013.  Growth in China slowed to 7.7 percent in the first quarter, data showed on April 15, below forecasts and fuelling fears a recent pick-up in the world's number-two economy is faltering on weak overseas demand.

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A group of Chinese workers have lunch by a road in Beijing on April 16 2013. Growth in China slowed to 7.7 per cent in the first quarter, data showed on April 15, below forecasts and fuelling fears that a recent pick-up in the world’s second-largest economy is faltering on weak overseas demand.