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China's official PMI, which focuses on larger state-owned companies, unexpectedly falls to 50.1...
China's official PMI, which focuses on larger state-owned companies, unexpectedly falls to 50.1 in February from 50.4 in January and vs consensus of 50.5. HSBC PMI, which concentrates on smaller private firms, drops to 50.4 from 52.3. The timing of the Chinese New Year may have affected the figures, with HSBC saying that the average of January and February still indicates good growth. Other data showed improvement in India, Indonesia and Taiwan, but contraction in Vietnam.
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