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Asia | 3 June 2019 China's Faltering "Recovery" will Keep its Trade Negotiators Engaged
The sharp fall in China's manufacturing PMI in May makes clear that its recovery is nowhere near secured.

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3 June 2019 China's Faltering "Recovery" will Keep its Trade Negotiators Engaged

By Freya Beamish

The sharp fall in China's manufacturing PMI in May makes clear that its recovery is nowhere near secured.

Posted: 3rd Jun 2019 in 'Asia'

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