China state planner approved 11 fixed-asset investments in August By Reuters
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BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s state planner the National Development and Reform Commission said it approved 11 fixed-asset investment projects worth 100.6 billion yuan ($15.64 billion) in August, according to a spokesperson on Thursday.
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