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Japan's Jan Factory Output Rises For First Time In Three Months, Retail Sales Drop

Factory output fell in November and December as a rebound in car production ended on sagging global demand, but since then strong demand for tech-making equipment and electronic goods has helped turn the tide.

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China's Factory Recovery Moderates As Higher Costs Slow Business

Ahead of China's peak travel season, the capital Beijing imposed lockdowns on some COVID-infected areas, the first since the last coronavirus outbreak in the months of June and July.

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China's Factory Recovery Steps Up As Export, Consumer Demand Grows

China's economy has staged an impressive recovery from its COVID-19 paralysis earlier this year, mainly driven by robust exports that have fired up the nation's factories again.

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China's Factory Output Beats Forecasts As Asia Shakes Off COVID Slump

Industrial output climbed 6.9% in October from a year earlier, data from the National Statistics Bureau showed on Monday, in line with September's gain. Analysts polled by Reuters had expected a 6.5% rise.

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Japan's Economy Sinks Deeper Into Worst Postwar Contraction, Intensifies Challenge For New Leader

Japan's economy has shown some signs of life after slipping into three straight quarters of contraction, with factory output rising in July at the fastest pace on record due to a rebound in demand for automobiles.

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Global Economy: Asia's Factories Shaking Off COVID Gloom, China Shines

Manufacturing activity in China expanded at the fastest clip in nearly a decade in August, as factories ramped up output to meet rebounding demand, a private survey showed.

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Japan Factory Output Up But Retail Sales Down Amid Fragile Recovery From Pandemic

Monday's data underscored the fragility of an economy that suffered a record 27.8% contraction in the April-June quarter as the pandemic took a heavy toll on both domestic and external demand.

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China Produces Record Crude Steel In July On Strong Demand

The world's largest steel producer churned out 93.36 million tonnes of crude steel last month, 1.9% higher than the output seen in June and up 9.1% from July 2019

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China's July Retail Sales Unexpectedly Slip, Factory Output Growth Steady

Retail sales dropped 1.1% on year, worse than a predicted 0.1% rise and compared with a 1.8% drop in June.

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China's Factory Deflation Slows In July As Recovery Gains Strength

The producer price index (PPI) fell 2.4% from a year earlier in July, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said in a statement on Monday, compared with a 2.5% decline

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China's Factories Accelerate Recovery In July As Demand Perks Up

Profits at China’s large industrial firms also rose at the fastest pace in over a year that month on easing costs and improving demand.

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China's Producer Prices Extend Declines But Recovery Signs Emerge

ANZ expects China's PPI will stay in deflation this year, with declines averaging around 2.0% due to the prolonged pandemic.

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China's Factory Activity Expands, But Job Losses Quicken Amid Weak Exports: Caixin PMI

China's economy is gradually emerging from a sharp 6.8% contraction in the first quarter, with much of the country reopened after weeks of disruptions early in the year due to strict lockdown measures.

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China's Factory Activity Likely Slowed In June On Subdued Global Demand

Earlier this month a cluster that has steadily grown to more than 200 cases associated with a food market emerged in Beijing, underscoring the ever present economic threat posed by the virus.

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Japan Feb Factory Output Seen Cooling, Retail Sales Down For Fifth Month As Virus Hit Deepens

Industrial output is expected to have inched up 0.1% in February from the previous month, the poll of 15 analysts showed, after a revised 1.0% gain in January.

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