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More worry for China as industrial growth disappoints

Energy Daily Friday, 14 June 2019
More worry for China as industrial growth disappointsBeijing (AFP) June 14, 2019

China's economy showed further signs of weakness last month, with industrial output posting its slowest growth in 17 years, placing further pressure on the government as it tries to steady the ship while battling a trade war with the US. Authorities have for years been attempting to transition the world's number two economy from a reliance on state investment and exports to a more stable mod
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News video: China's May industrial output growth cools to 17-yr low as trade war bites

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China's industrial output growth unexpectedly slowed to a more than 17-year low in May in the latest sign of weakening demand as the US ramps up trade pressure. David Pollard reports.

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