China could make targeted policy adjustments as economy improves - stats bureau

Due to the low base this year, growth may stage a rapid rebound next year, says bureau spokesman

  
A room is seen at UCommune coworking space in Shanghai, China March 7, 2019. Image used for illustrative purposes.

A room is seen at UCommune coworking space in Shanghai, China March 7, 2019. Image used for illustrative purposes.

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BEIJING- China could make targeted policy adjustments as the economy improves, the statistics bureau said on Tuesday, after the world's second-largest economy reported a slew of data for November, which came largely in line with expectations.

Due to the low base this year, growth may stage a rapid rebound next year, thought that wouldn't necessarily mean there are significant changes in China's economy, Fu Linghui, the bureau spokesman told reporters in a briefing.

(Reporting by Kevin Yao and Stella Qiu Editing by ShriNavaratnam) ((yifan.qiu@thomsonreuters.com; 86-10-66271289;))

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