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Chinese workers connect steel frames of a building at Shougang Group steel factory on the outskirts of Beijing. Latest output figures show the economy grew a weakerthan-expected 14.8 per cent in the year through November, in what analysts said was a clear sign of a slowdown in China's breakneck pace of expansion.