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China industrial production, retail sales beat expectations

Shares in the Asia-Pacific are falling today as investors digest US economic data but also China's industrial production and retail sales figures for August, which beat expectations. This indicates that a recovery in certain facets of the economy remains steady despite headwinds from new COVID-related curbs. For more, we spoke to Russ Mould, investment director at AJ Bell in London. #China #ChineseEconomy #StockMarket

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