The Shanghai composite index has closed at a 15-month low after data pointed to slowing growth and rising inflation.
The index dropped 19 points or 0.8% to 2,364 at the end of trading, its lowest close since April last year.
Shanghai was one of the first markets to recover after the global financial crisis, but peaked in August last year. It has since fallen 32%.
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