(Updates with analyst comment) BEIJING, Nov 18 (Reuters) - Growth in spending on China's roads, power plants and other projects slowed for a fourth straight month in October as government steps to cool red-hot sectors of the economy hit their mark. Fixed asset investment was 22.6 percent higher in October than a year earlier, the State Statistical Bureau said on Tuesday, down from 26.5 percent in September, 30.7 percent in August, 32.3 percent in July and 35.3 percent in June. The ...
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