China’s manufacturing industry showed signs of improvement in July, contracting at a slower pace than the month before, according to a preliminary bank report issued Tuesday.
HSBC said its Chinese purchasing managers’ index, or PMI, rose to a 5-month high of 49.5 in July from 48.2 last month. The reading remained below the benchmark of 50, meaning that manufacturing is still in a state of contraction.
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