Value-added industrial output for the January-February period was up 8.6 percent year-on-year.
The economic growth for the fourth quarter will decline slightly, with the entire year's growth hitting 7.7 percent.
The macroscopic synchronized index in October has improved compared with September, with the DRC synchronized index continuing to rise but at a decreasing margin.
DRC synchronized index continues to increase slightly, with the leading indicator decreasing.
As investment, exports, manufacturing, and finance markets send positive signals, the coincident macro-economic index in August keeps getting better and market confidence is rising.
Overall demand is still facing downward pressure, and market expectations are not stable, with the macroeconomic index slightly fluctuating at low points.
The macroeconomic index improved slightly over April, but remained low.
The core index of the macro-economy rose from the previous month, and pessimistic expectations in the market have become less strong in the short term.