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23rd Dec 2022 15:08China+, Weekly Monitor

  • The enormous Covid exit waves are causing wide-reaching short-term disruption to China.
  • The PMI readings are generally worse than Q2 2022, but better than February 2020.
  • China’s economy should benefit from reopening in Q2 onwards, offsetting weak exports.

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