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China’s PMIs point to subdued demand

China’s PMIs ticked up a little in February, but the big picture is that economic growth remains lacklustre in part owing to measures to contain COVID-19. The subdued demand picture confirms that the ongoing strength in commodity prices is all about supply concerns.

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