China Data Show Further Weakness, More Stimulus Expected

China Data Show Further Weakness, More Stimulus Expected

(Reuters) – China’s economy showed further signs of fatigue in November, with factory growth slowing more than expected and investment expansion hovering near a 13-year low, putting pressure on policymakers to unveil stronger stimulus measures. A deluge of weak data this week has reinforced the view that annual economic growth may weaken from 7.3 percent in…

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