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China’s factories showed signs of recovery last month, with the official manufacturing purchasing managers’ index (PMI) for November reporting the first positive reading since April.After six months in which manufacturers were struggling under the weight of a slowing domestic economy and a trade war with the United States which has stifled overseas business, Saturday’s data will be welcomed warmly by policymakers in Beijing, who have been under pressure to unleash greater economic stimulus.The…

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