The latest survey data add to wider evidence that while China’s recovery remains robust, it is losing some momentum. In particular, the manufacturing PMIs fell below 50, suggesting that the reopening boost to industry has fizzled out. And although the services recovery is still going strong, we don’t think this momentum will be sustained for long.
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