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China's macro ecomonic data in November release
Dec 14,2017 10:20CST
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China's macro ecomonic data in November release

SHANGHAI, Dec.14 (SMM)-

1.China’s added value of industries above a designated scale increases 6.1% on yearly basis in November, expectedly 6.1%, previously 6.2%.

China’s added value of industries above a designated scale increases 6.6% on yearly basis from January to November, expectedly 6.6%, previously 6.7%.

2. China’s total retail sales of consumer goods increases 10.2% on yearly basis in November, expectedly 10.3%, previously 10%.

China’s total retail sales of consumer goods increases 10.3% on yearly basis from January to November, expectedly 10.3%, previously 10.3%.

3. China’s urban investment in fixed assets increases 7.2% on yearly basis from January to November, expectedly 7.2%, previously 7.3%.

4. China’s generating capacity increases 2.4% on yearly basis in November, 5.3% growth in October.

China’s generating capacity increases 5.7% on yearly basis from January to November, 6% growth from January to October.

5. China’s crude steel output increases 2.2% on yearly basis in November, 6.1% growth in October.

China’s crude steel output increases 5.7% to 764.8 million mt on yearly basis mt from January to November

China’s steel output drops 2.9% to 86.85 million mt on yearly basis in November.

6. China’s private investment in fixed assets nominally increases 5.7% to 34.81 trillion yuan on yearly basis from January to November, down 0.1% on monthly basis. Private investment in fixed assets accounts for 60.5% of domestic investment in fixed assets (except peasant household), down 0.1% on monthly basis.


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