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Curbs may hit industrial output

By Chen Jia | China Daily | Updated: 2014-11-13 08:50

Fixed-asset investment and trade affected; impact will show up in GDP data

Industrial output growth may come in at a six-year low this month because of restrictions on factories and construction to keep the air clean during the eight-day Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation meeting, a leading financial institution said on Wednesday.

The impact of the APEC restrictions could be "significant" because six provinces and cities were involved, according to Beijing Gao Hua Securities Co Ltd, a financial services firm that has a partnership with Goldman Sachs Group Inc.

Curbs may hit industrial output

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