China’s industrial production grew at the weakest pace in 17-and-a-half years in August and the retail sales expansion slowed unexpectedly, while the government signaled that it will be hard to maintain growth above 6 percent, as the economy tries to cope with weakening global demand and the adverse effects of a trade war with the United States.
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