By Daniel Hunter
The latest Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) has revealed that growth in China's manufacturing sector slowed unexpectedly in April, underlining concerns that its economic recovery remains fragile.
The PMI, a key measure of manufacturing activity, fell to 50.6, from 50.9 in March. A sub-index of export orders also fell, signalling a weak global demand.
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