China’s industrial output grew at a weaker pace in May as higher tariffs imposed by the US administration dented production meant for exports. Data from the National Bureau of Statistics showed that industrial production advanced 5 percent year-on-year in May, while growth was expected to remain stable at 5.4 percent.
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