China's foreign direct investment in June surged 20.12 percent from a year earlier to $14.39 billion, the Ministry of Commerce said.
China's fiscal revenue grew 7.5 percent year on year to 6.86 trillion yuan ($1.12 trillion) in the first six months of the year.
China's industrial output rose 9.3 percent year on year in the first half of 2013, according to the National Bureau of Statistics on Monday.
China's retail sales grew 12.7 percent year on year in the first half of 2013, the National Bureau of Statistics announced Monday.
China's urban fixed-asset investment grew 20.1 percent year on year to 18.13 trillion yuan in the first half of 2013.
China's new yuan-denominated lending in June stood at 860.5 billion yuan ($139.62 billion), up from 667.4 billion yuan in May.
China's export dropped 3.1 percent year-on-year in June to $174.32 billion, while import down 0.7 percent from a year earlier to $147.19 billion.
China's producer price index, which measures inflation at the wholesale level, fell 2.7 percent year on year in June.
China's social financing volume has increased rapidly in the past 10 months, but it has not been transferred to the real economy for several reasons.
The growth of China's gross domestic product slowed to 7.5 percent year-on-year in the second quarter, down from 7.7 percent in the previous quarter.
Some people may panic as China's economy slows amid a belt-tightening monetary policy and economic restructuring, while Jim Rogers sees it differently.
Justin Yifu Lin talks about the ongoing liquidity crisis in Chinese banks, China's economic growth and capital control.He believes China's growth may reach 9 percent this year.
Chinese leaders are on their research tours to the provinces, just a week before the National Bureau of Statistics reports on the economy's performance in the first half of the year.
If China's share of world GDP surpasses the GDP of the US by or after 2020, then the number of Chinese enterprises in the Fortune Global 500 is likely to exceed that of the US.
Two weeks after the "Bernanke shock", the stock and currency markets have returned to a close-to-normal state. The top concern for emerging economies is the outflow of capital.
When the subprime debt crisis in the United States threw the world into a panic in 2008, all that China attempted to do, as the rest of the world expected, was to keep up its growth rate.