China's power consumption is expected to rise by 4 to 6 percent year-on -year in the fourth quarter, suggesting the world's second largest economy is stabilizing.
The government forecast comes despite the country's power consumption slowing in September, after factories saw weaker increases, amid falling global demand.
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