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Asia Documents | 10 October 2017 China's Services Sector Losing Momentum as Consumers Flag
We wrote last month about how the Caixin services PMI appeared to be missing the deterioration in several key services subsectors.

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10 October 2017 China's Services Sector Losing Momentum as Consumers Flag

By Freya Beamish

We wrote last month about how the Caixin services PMI appeared to be missing the deterioration in several key services subsectors.

Posted: 9th Oct 2017 in 'Asia Documents'

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