China could make targeted policy adjustments as the economy recovers further from the downturn caused by the COVID-19 disruption, the statistics bureau said. In November, the world’s second-largest economy saw industrial output rose by 7% yoy, the most since March 2019; while retail sales growth accelerated to 5% yoy from 4.3% in October. Meantime, the jobless rate was recorded at 5.2% in November, the least in eleven months. Due to the low base this year, the Chinese economy may post a rapid rebound next year, the bureau spokesman added, ensuring that any policy adjustment would not necessarily mean significant changes in the economy.