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Asia | 4 Sep 2020 The Recovery in Chinese Services is Very Uneven, the Punchy PMI Aside
China's services sector continues to do most of the heavy lifting for the economy's recovery this quarter, judging by the survey data.

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4 Sep 2020 The Recovery in Chinese Services is Very Uneven, the Punchy PMI Aside

By Miguel Chanco

China's services sector continues to do most of the heavy lifting for the economy's recovery this quarter, judging by the survey data.

Posted: 4th Sep 2020 in 'Asia'

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