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Economic data for May show sign of weakening

Event On June 13th the National Bureau of Statistics published economic data on fixed asset investment, retail sales and industrial production for May, showing a modest deceleration in growth rates for most indicators. Analysis An ... EIU, 2 weeks ago
China Industrial Production Rises 6.0% In May, 2 weeks ago

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Nigeria inflation hits six-year high

(AFP) - Inflation in Nigeria rose to a more than six-year high in May, hitting 15.6 percent, the National Bureau of Statistics said on Tuesday. The rise in the headline consumer price index, which measures Inflation, accelerated by 1.9 points ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago Inflation reaches six-year high in Nigeria  ENCA2 weeks ago Nigeria's inflation accelerates to 15.6 per cent  Financial Nigeria2 weeks ago Inflation increases to 15.6 percent  Voice of Nigeria2 weeks ago
Money Control

The Chinese Economy: Still Cautiously Bullish

China's national bureau of statistics recently revealed that in 2015 the country's gross domestic product (GDP) grew at its slowest rate in the past 25 years. This headline added to nervousness and even panic in global markets. But the recent ...
 Advisor Perspectives2 weeks ago China economy slows down to 6.7 per cent amid signs of stabilisation  Economic Times2 months ago Expert Views: China Q1 GDP growth eases to 6.7%  Money Control2 months ago
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2015 China Fishery Economic Statistics Report

Core Tip: Under the background of dealing with the slowdown in macro-economic growth, fishery department in the whole nation made great efforts and accelerated their paces to promote fishery upgrading and transformation while focusing on the central ...
 Global FoodMate2 weeks ago China Jan-May investment growth cools unexpectedly but factories hold up  The Fiscal Times2 weeks ago China investment growth cools to 10.5% YoY, missing forecasts  Money Control1 month ago China's economy steadies on government spending  Asia Times Online2 weeks ago
Money Control

China May coal output down 15.5pct on yr

China produced 263.75 million tonnes of coal in May, sliding 15.5% year on year, data from the National Bureau of Statistic (NBS) showed on June 13. That dipped 1.6% on month, compared with the decline of 8.77% in April, data showed. China's ...
 China Coal Resource2 weeks ago China's crude steel output rises 1.8 pct in May on yr -stats bureau  Sharenet2 weeks ago Chinas crude steel output rises 1.8 pct in May on yr -stats bureau  Reuters UK2 weeks ago UPDATE 1-Chinas crude steel output rises 1.8 pct in May on yr -stats bureau  Reuters UK2 weeks ago

China stats bureau likely to set up own think tank

China's National Bureau of Statistics is likely to set up its own think tank to help it better formulate policy and understand what is happening in the country's economy, its chief said in an interview published on Sunday. Ning Jizhe told the Study ...
 4 Traders3 weeks ago Stats bureau likely to set up own think tank  Global Times3 weeks ago
Ventures Africa

Nigeria presently has the 8th highest rate of inflation on the continent and it could get worse.

The National bureau of statistics NBS on Tuesday revealed that the consumer price index rose to 156 in May recording the country's highest inflation rate since February 2010 and signaling the fourth consecutive quarterly rise in inflation The ...
 Uncova2 weeks ago

Weak economic data signal Q2 GDP growth below expectations

INDUSTRIAL output growth in May was flat, while investment and retail both slowed, according to National Bureau of Statistics data released yesterday. The figures added to worries that China's second-quarter GDP growth may be below expectations. ...
 Shanghai Daily2 weeks ago Economic data signal Q2 GDP growth below expectations  China Development Gateway2 weeks ago SelectUSA Investment Summit Spotlight: U.S. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) & Economic Data and Statistics  Foreign weeks ago GDP increases in most states  Equilibrio Informativo2 weeks ago
China Mining

China's May steel output continues to rise

China's steel production continued to rise in May due to recent price gains, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) data showed on June 13. Crude steel output stood at 70.5 million tonnes in May, up 1.8% year on year and rising 1.6% month on ...
 China Coal Resource2 weeks ago China-Steel/Overcapacity  News Content2 weeks ago China steel output climbs in May  Hong Kong Standard2 weeks ago XINHUA - Chinese steel output continues to rise in May  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago

Inflation jumps to 15.6% in May NBS

Nigeria's inflation rose sharply to 15.6 per cent in May compared to 13.7 per cent in April, a report by the National Bureau of Statistics released on Tuesday has stated. This sharp jump which was last recorded in 2010, according to the NBS is as ...
 National Daily2 weeks ago Inflation hits 15.6%  JOLLYBOSS2 weeks ago Inflation Rises to 15.6% in May National Bureau of Statistics  Uncova2 weeks ago Nigeria's inflation hits 15.6 % in May NBS  The Nation Nigeria2 weeks ago
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