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Asia | 7 January 2019 Don't Discount the Upswing in China's Services Caixin
China's Caixin services PMI for December surprised well to the upside, providing a glimmer of hope that the economy isn't losing steam on all fronts.

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7 January 2019 Don't Discount the Upswing in China's Services Caixin

By Freya Beamish

China's Caixin services PMI for December surprised well to the upside, providing a glimmer of hope that the economy isn't losing steam on all fronts.

Posted: 7th Jan 2019 in 'Asia'

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