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Growth in China's services industries declined to its slowest pace in five months in February,...

Growth in China's services industries declined to its slowest pace in five months in February, with non-manufacturing PMI decelerating to 54.5 from 56.2 in January, hurt by a fall in new orders. Along with softening manufacturing PMI, the services data adds to worries that China's rebound is moderating.
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  • june1234
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    China has always been a western consumer export driven economy and that consumer is not consuming the way they were in 2005.
    3 Mar 2013, 03:32 AM Reply Like
  • BruceInKY
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    China "is" but not "has always been" and are projecting "will be" South American/African "driven" to offset doubleplus ungooding of western purchasing power. All Ministry of Plenty economic predictions are verifiable. (Editorial suggestions from Winston Smith, Ministry of Truth.)

     

    Fellow comrades, I urge you to continue moving Forward! Long live Dear Leader! Elect Ashley Judd to the Inner Party!
    4 Mar 2013, 12:02 AM Reply Like
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