China’s economic slowdown deepened in August, with industrial production growing at the slowest pace in more than 17 years and investment and retail sales both weakened further, indicating the world's second largest economy is still facing pressure despite stimulus measures introduced in the past one year.
Industrial output rose 4.4 per cent in August from a year earlier, showed data . . .
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