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Making sense of the reopening recovery

After a string of underwhelming but inconclusive data releases, we should have a better sense of the strength of China’s post-zero-COVID rebound next week with the release of the April activity and spending data. We think they are likely to deliver much better news, but also that the rebound hasn’t got too much further to run. 

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