China's economy reported 7.6 percent of growth in the second quarter, the lowest since the first quarter of 2009 when the global financial crisis was rampant.
Twenty-five major Chinese cities saw a rebound in the price of new real estate projects in June, according to a report by the National Bureau of Statistics.
China's real estate investment growth slowed sharply in the first half, but property sales swung into positive growth in June for the first time in eight months.
China's retail sales grew 13.7 percent year-on-year in June, slightly down from 13.8 percent in May, the National Bureau of Statistics said Friday.
China's industrial value-added output expanded 9.5 percent year-on-year in June, a pace faster than a month ago when it eased to a three-year low of 9.3 percent.
China's urban fixed asset investment rose 20.4 percent year-on-year to 15.07 trillion yuan ($2.38 trillion) in the first half of 2012.
China's fiscal revenue in the first half of this year grew 12.2 percent year-on-year to nearly 6.4 trillion yuan ($1.01 trillion).
China's exports rose 11.3 percent year-on-year to $180.21 billion in June, slowing from the 15.3 percent in May, and imports increased 6.3 percent to $148.48 billion.
China's Producer Price Index, a main gauge of inflation at the wholesale level, fell 2.1 percent in June from a year earlier.
It marked another month of year-on-year decline after the PPI saw a drop in March for the first time since December 2009.