BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s state planner said on Wednesday it approved fixed asset investment projects worth 697.7 billion yuan ($100.56 billion) from January through September.
It did not provide a figure for the month of September.
Prices in China are expected to remain within a reasonable range, National Development and Reform Commission spokeswoman Meng Wei told a news conference, adding that she sees no signs of a trend of accelerating consumer inflation.
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