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China's June PMI lacklustre, more stimulus expected

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A closer look at the PMI figures shows that although some indicators rebounded in June, others pointed to a more worrying trend - job losses, which came despite stimulus measures in the past year.

Beijing

CHINA'S manufacturing sector showed some sign of stabilising in June, but analysts still expect more easing in the coming months, as the world's second largest economy faces an ongoing slump in its property market and stagnant domestic demand.

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