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LONDON Adidas NMD Pink For Sale , June 4 (Xinhua) -- London police have raided the home of one of the London Bridge attackers who was shot dead within eight minutes of launching his attack last night, Sky News reported.

Police had detained four men and one woman during the raid, launched by heavily armed police at 7 a.m.

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China's economy is on track to hit its annual growth target with November retail sales expanding at the fastest pace this year Adidas NMD Grey For Sale , even though industrial output and fixed-assets investment slowed slightly, official data showed Tuesday.

The softening fixed-assets investment growth and strong retail sales indicate progress in the country's efforts to steer the economy away from an investment-led model and toward a more sustainable growth model driven by consumption, analysts said.

The industrial output of China's major enterprises rose by 10 percent year-on-year in November, down from 10.3 percent in October, according to data released Tuesday by the National Bureau of Statistics. The figure was the lowest in four months, but still above the average for this year.

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Fixed-assets investment rose by 19.9 percent year-on-year in the first 11 months of the year, down slightly from 20.1 percent in the first 10 months, the data showed.

Retail sales, a primary indicator of consumer spending Adidas NMD Black For Sale , expanded by 13.7 percent year-on-year in November, up from 13.3 percent in October. The figure was the highest this year, and higher than market expectations.

The surge in e-commerce sales around Singles' Day on November 11 is part of the reason for the high growth in retail sales, and some offline stores also introduced promotions to retain customers in the face of fierce competition from online retailers, Lu said in the note.

"The slowing growth of fixed-assets investment and robust retail sales are in line with the government's strategy to restructure the economy to focus on a consumption-driven growth model," Zhang Yongjun Adidas NMD Shoes For Sale , a research fellow at the China Center for International Economic Exchanges (CCIEE), a think tank, told the Global Times Tuesday.

Tuesday's data came after China released figures for inflation Monday that showed the consumer price index (CPI) slowing to 3 percent in November from 3.2 percent in October, well below the annual target of 3.5 percent.

It also came after strong trade data released Sunday, which showed that exports went up 12.7 percent year-on-year in November while imports grew 5.3 percent year-on-year.

The recent data shows "China's economy is stable," said Zhang from the CCIEE. "There is no doubt that China will achieve its annual economic growth target of 7.5 percent. Other macroeconomic targets such as for CPI Adidas NMD For Sale , employment and trade are also within reach."

China's economic growth rebounded to 7.8 percent in the third quarter, quickening from 7.5 percent in the previous three months.

"Early predictions by some economists said China's economy could slow substantially in the fourth quarter," said Li Heng, an analyst at Minsheng Securities. "It now seems impossible. China's economy is likely to grow by 7.7 percent for the year."

Meanwhile, China convened the Central Economic Work Conference Tuesday to review the country's economic work in 2013 and lay out major tasks for 2014. Discussions of the country's GDP target for next year are likely to be on the meeting's agenda.

The meeting is also expected to unveil a plan for implementing decisions made at the Third Plenary Session of the Communist Party of China Central Committee held in November.

LONDON, Aug. 4 (Xinhua) -- The China Season of the 2015 China-UK Year of Cultural Exchange was launched in London on Tuesday, revealing a series of events in the coming months.

This came after the first half of the UK Culture Season in China has seen a great success.

Besides the Chinese version of Richard III that was staged at the Shakespeare's Globe at the end of July, the China Season will feature performances from pianists Lang Lang and Wang Yujia, as well as China's leading art groups, including Tao Dance Theater, the Chinese People's Liberation Army Band and Zhejiang Changxing Lotus Dragon Art Group.

Yabin Dance Studio and China National Peking Opera Company will also bring their shows to British audience in September and November, said Xiang Xiaowei#8# Minister Counsellor for culture of the Chinese Embassy, at a press briefing at the Chinese Embassy in London on Tuesday.

Moreover, to promote exchange and cooperation in cultural innovation between China and Britain, Shenzhen-Edinburgh International Creative Industry.