China abruptly delays GDP release at Communist Party conference

HONG KONG — China abruptly delayed the release of its third-quarter gross domestic product data on Monday, a day ahead of its release, an unusual move as the ruling Communist Party holds a key political rally this week.

The GDP figure, along with a range of other major economic indicators including retail sales, home sales and capital investment, which was originally due for release on Tuesday, was marked as ‘delayed’ on the website. from the Chinese National Bureau of Statistics on Monday. afternoon.


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