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Unexpected decline in China’s manufacturing growth in April

China’s Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) dropped from 50.9 to 50.6 in April, indicating an unexpected slowdown in China’s manufacturing sector. The drop in the growth of manufacturing sector, China’s main driver of economic growth, poses threats to its fragile economic

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China’s manufacturing sector rebounding

According to the latest figures, China’s purchasing managers index (PMI) stands at 50.4 in the month of November. This is the first time in 13 months that the index has risen above the level of 50. A reading above 50

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China’s factory activity weakest this year

Activity in China’s biggest and mainly state-owned factories has hit the lowest point this year due to weak domestic demand. China’s purchasing managers index (PMI), which measures activity in factories, fell to 50.4 in May, official data showed. It is

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China's factory activity weakest this year

Activity in China’s biggest and mainly state-owned factories has hit the lowest point this year due to weak domestic demand. China’s purchasing managers index (PMI), which measures activity in factories, fell to 50.4 in May, official data showed. It is

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