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China’s economic growth may have ‘peaked’, will ‘wane’ for rest of 2021 after April sentiment slowdown

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]The “peak” of China’s economic growth has already passed or will soon do so and momentum will only “wane” further for the remainder of the year, analysts said, after slowing domestic and overseas demand led to lower-than-expected sentiment in the manufacturing and non-manufacturing sectors in April.The results of the official purchasing managers’ indices (PMI) released on Friday indicated a modest cooling economic activity in the first month of the second quarter following on from a record year…

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The “peak” of China’s economic growth has already passed or will soon do so and momentum will only “wane” further for the remainder of the year, analysts said, after slowing domestic and overseas demand led to lower-than-expected sentiment in the manufacturing and non-manufacturing sectors in April.The results of the official purchasing managers’ indices (PMI) released on Friday indicated a modest cooling economic activity in the first month of the second quarter following on from a record year…

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