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China's non-manufacturing PMI edges up to its highest since August, increasing to 56.2 in...

China's non-manufacturing PMI edges up to its highest since August, increasing to 56.2 in January from 56.1 in December. Retailing experienced an "obvious" improvement, while new orders in civil engineering and infrastructure construction climbed to their highest since March last year. However, the indexes for activity and new orders for commercial real estate dropped below 50.
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  • Jason Tillberg
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    China will be worlds largest economy by 2016, could have worlds reserve currency status by 2032, just 19 more years.
    3 Feb 2013, 06:26 PM Reply Like
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