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Macroeconomics  |  June 21, 2012 10:50:00

China's manufacturing sector has remained the eighth month in the fall

According to a preliminary survey, HSBC / Markit Economics for June remained China's manufacturing sector in a continuous decline in eight months. PMI activity index increased by 0.3 point decline in the seven-month low 48.1 points after a decrease of 0.9 points to 48.4 in May and increase by 1.0 point to 49.3 points in April. Neutral zero boundary separates growth from decline. Production slowed for the fourth month due to weak domestic and external demand. Domestic orders are continuously decreasing since November, export orders showed the steepest decline since March 2009. In response to lower output requirements of manufacturing companies to limit hiring from March, the decline in employment slowed in June after a decline to 38 - month low in May. Backlogs of orders for the second time this year decreased, slowed shopping activity and input stocks remain in a continuous decline in the fourth month.Average input prices declined for the second month in a row, finished goods prices posted their biggest decline in three years. HSBC manufacturing PMI index is based on a preliminary and final survey of purchasing managers of manufacturing companies throughout China.

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