BEIJING -- China's factory output and consumer spending rose in November in signs of a recovery from an economic slowdown, and there was an uptick in inflation, with prices of vegetables and other food rising as the country headed into winter.Factory output increased 10.1% from a year earlier, compared to the previous month's rise of 9.6% year on year, the government's National Bureau of Statistics reported Sunday. Retail sales rose 14.9%, up from October's 14.5%.
China's Factory Output Grows
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