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China economy slowing on brakes on pollution, real estate

Robust infrastructure spending underpins growth

China's industrial production slowed to 6.2% growth in October.

BEIJING -- Chinese production, investment and consumption are slowing broadly on the back of stronger environmental and housing market regulations.

But with brisk infrastructure investment propping up the overall economy, concerns over a pronounced slowdown following last month's twice-a-decade Communist Party congress are easing.

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