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Asia | 24 April 2018 Japan's PMI Lends Strength to the Nascent Re ation Story
Japan's manufacturing PMI rose to 53.3 in April, from 53.1 in March. The index weakened earlier this year, but remained at levels unjustified by the hard data.

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24 April 2018 Japan's PMI Lends Strength to the Nascent Re ation Story

By Freya Beamish

Japan's manufacturing PMI rose to 53.3 in April, from 53.1 in March. The index weakened earlier this year, but remained at levels unjustified by the hard data.

Posted: 23rd Apr 2018 in 'Asia'

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