China's foreign direct investment in November went up 2.35 percent from a year earlier to $8.48 billion, marking the 10th monthly rise since February.
China's fiscal revenue achieved rapid growth in November, partly due to its stabilizing economy, the Ministry of Finance said Wednesday.
China's industrial production growth softened in November, with industrial value-added output expanding 10 percent year on year.
China's retail sales grew 13 percent year on year to 21.13 trillion yuan ($3.48 trillion) in the first eleven months of this year, the NBS said Tuesday.
China's urban fixed-asset investment expanded 19.9 percent year on year to 39.13 trillion yuan ($6.4 trillion) in the January-November period.
China's consumer price index (CPI), a main gauge of inflation, grew 3 percent year-on-year in November, down from 3.2 percent in October.
China's producer price index (PPI) contracted 1.4 percent year on year in November, following a 1.5-percent drop in October.
China's acceleration of exports and slowdown of imports in November left the country with its largest trade surplus in more than four years.
China's manufacturing sector maintained its highest level of output since March 2012 for the second consecutive month in November.
China's electricity consumption grew 7.5% year on year to 4.83 trillion kilowatt hours between January and November.
New home prices in 66 of the 70 major cities across the country saw a month-on-month rise in November and 69 reported price gains year-on-year.
China's electricity consumption, an indicator of economic activity, rose 8.5 percent year-on-year to 448.5 billion kilowatt-hours in November.
China is shifting away from its GDP-focused growth model to one that pays more attention to growth quality, overseas experts said.
Higher-than-expected growth in China's new RMB lending indicates the central bank is likely to maintain its monetary stance, economists said.
China's home prices rose further in November, but the growth rate is slowing down as more local governments are rolling out tightening measures.
The expansion of China's non-manufacturing business activity eased slightly in November because of a seasonal decline in new orders.
The volume of land transactions in first-tier cities increased significantly in November, with average prices hitting a 45-month high, a report said.