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MNI BRIEF: Caixin China July Manufacturing PMI Slows On Covid

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The official PMI fell into contraction.

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Caixin China's manufacturing PMI for July fell 1.3 points on month to 50.4, remaining in the expansion zone above 50 though indicating a slower recovery pace, amid traditional off-season of production and the slight rebound of Covid-19 cases , financial publisher Caixin said on Monday.

Both the production and new orders sub-indices fell in the expansion range, and manufacturers surveyed reported relatively weak demand, continued Covid-19 impact, and power outages together restricted output growth. External demand was relatively stable, with the new export orders sub-index continuing the expansion trend in the previous month.

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Caixin China's manufacturing PMI for July fell 1.3 points on month to 50.4, remaining in the expansion zone above 50 though indicating a slower recovery pace, amid traditional off-season of production and the slight rebound of Covid-19 cases , financial publisher Caixin said on Monday.

Both the production and new orders sub-indices fell in the expansion range, and manufacturers surveyed reported relatively weak demand, continued Covid-19 impact, and power outages together restricted output growth. External demand was relatively stable, with the new export orders sub-index continuing the expansion trend in the previous month.

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