Leading index rose 0.5% to 147.6 in July.

By bne IntelliNews September 16, 2010
China's leading index rose 0.5% to 147.6 during July this year as compared to 0.7% recorded in June. As reported by Market News International, Bill Adams, resident economist for the Conference Board China Center in Beijing, stated that the increase in the country's leading index during the period signals a continuation of moderate economic growth through year-end.

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