BEIJING—An official gauge of factory activity in China edged down in April, signaling a modest weakening of momentum for the world's second-largest economy despite easy-credit policies and a stronger real-estate market.
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BEIJING—Factory activity in China lost a little momentum in April, but still expanded for a second straight month following a stretch of seven months of contraction, official data showed Sunday.
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BEIJING—China's official nonmanufacturing purchasing managers index, a gauge of activity outside factory floors, fell to 53.5 in April from 53.8 in March, the National Bureau of Statistics said Sunday.