Experts dampen fears of Beijing tightening

Observers agree that despite the domestically driven rise in China’s purchasing managers’ index in August, the government is unlikely to make substantial policy changes for fear of disrupting social stability.

  • 01 Sep 2009

Observers have dismissed fears that the domestically driven rise in China’s purchasing managers’ index has strengthened the case for policy tightening by Beijing.

The country’s PMI – which measures the health of the manufacturing sector, and more generally the overall economy – climbed 0.7 percentage points to 54 in ...

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