China's economic data for November is expected to pick up, with improvement seen in industrial production, retail sales, investment and foreign trade, but the growth of property sales is likely to slow further, said Wang Tao, chief China economist at UBS, said in a latest research note.
The pickup was primarily boosted by robust export orders, faster online sales in the domestic market, warmer-than-usual winter and the fact that some stimulus measures introduced earlier . . .
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