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Asia | 6 February 2018 China's Services PMI Overstates Growth in Q1 February to Correct
The jump in the Caixin services PMI in the past two months looks erratic, with holiday effects playing a role, though there could be more going on here.

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6 February 2018 China's Services PMI Overstates Growth in Q1 February to Correct

By Freya Beamish

The jump in the Caixin services PMI in the past two months looks erratic, with holiday effects playing a role, though there could be more going on here.

Posted: 5th Feb 2018 in 'Asia'

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