Foreign direct investment into China maintained its momentum in August, adding to signs of an upturn in the economy and growing investor confidence.
China's fiscal revenue climbed 9.2 percent year-on-year in August to 858.8 billion yuan ($138.52 billion), the Ministry of Finance said on Wednesday.
Retail sales in China rose 13.4 percent in August from a year earlier, slightly accelerating from the 13.2-percent increase in July.
China's industrial production gained traction in August with its value-added output expanding at its fastest pace in 17 months, according to official data released Tuesday.
China's urban fixed-asset investment grew 20.3 percent year on year in first eight months, up 0.2 percentage point from the figure for the first seven months.
China's producer price index fell 1.6 percent in August from the same month last year, the National Bureau of Statistics said Monday.
Exports jumped in August by 7.2 percent from a year earlier to $190.73 billion, compared with 5.1 percent growth in July, according to data released on Sunday.
China's manufacturing sector saw a strong recovery in August, offering further signs that the country is moving out of the shadows of a protracted slowdown.
Major Chinese industrial firms saw their combined profits rise 24.2 percent year on year in August, quickening from the 11.6-percent rate seen in July.
A moderate monthly increase in consumer and factory-gate prices in August indicated a stable economic rebound, economists said.
China's service Purchasing Managers' Index rose to a five-month high of 52.8 in August, compared with 51.3 in July, HSBC reported on Wednesday.
China's manufacturing sector ended a three-month decline in August with the PMI rising to 50.1 from an 11-month low of 47.7 in July, according to HSBC Holdings on Monday.