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Asia Documents | 15 September 2017 Chinese Consumption and Investment is Weakening in Q3
The Chinese activity data published yesterday were much weaker than expected; growth rates fell resoundingly. Did analysts really get it wrong, or is this just another example of erratic Chinese data?

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15 September 2017 Chinese Consumption and Investment is Weakening in Q3

By Freya Beamish

The Chinese activity data published yesterday were much weaker than expected; growth rates fell resoundingly. Did analysts really get it wrong, or is this just another example of erratic Chinese data?

Posted: 14th Sep 2017 in 'Asia Documents'

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