China's July fiscal spending tempo slows, but profits add

China's July fiscal spending tempo slows, but profits add

In July, China's fiscal spending tacked on at a slower pace mostly because of larger expenditure earlier, although a government-led infrastructure push has maintained spending brisk in 2017.

In July, fiscal spending inched up 5.4% from 2016, while revenue leapt 11.1%, as the Ministry of Finance informed on Friday.

July's surge rate sank abruptly from June’s outcome of 19.1%, although revenue surge jumped from 8.9% in that month, as the ministry told.

The authorities associated the dip in July spending mostly with considerable expenditure earlier.

For the first seven months of 2017 government spending jumped 14.5% on year, while profits headed north 10%.

Government-led stimulus has appeared to be a key driver of economic surge for the last years in the world's number two economy. However, the pump-priming has been unrolling in tandem with runaway credit surge and generated a mountain of debt.

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