China News Service, Beijing, December 6 (Reporter Ruan Yulin) The China Federation of Logistics and Purchasing released data on the 6th, showing that the global manufacturing purchasing managers index (PMI) in November increased by 0.4 percentage points from the previous month to 56.1%. The global economy is still Maintaining a good recovery trend, the recovery of the manufacturing industry has been strengthened compared with last month.
The global manufacturing purchasing managers' index in November rose by 0.4 percentage points from the previous month to 56.1%, maintaining an upward trend for two consecutive months.
Changes in the composite index show that before the emergence of new mutant strains at the end of November, global vaccine promotion and economic recovery policies in various countries are still advancing, the global economy still maintains a good recovery trend, and the recovery of the manufacturing industry has been strengthened compared with last month.
Data show that in November, the European manufacturing PMI rebounded by 0.3 percentage points from the previous month to 57.9%, indicating that the European economic growth rate has rebounded slightly, but the rebound is not strong; the American manufacturing PMI was 59.4%, a slight increase from the previous month 0.1 percentage point, indicating that the current growth rate of manufacturing in the Americas is basically stable; the PMI of African manufacturing is 52%, up 1.5 percentage points from the previous month, indicating that the recovery speed of African manufacturing has accelerated.
The analysis believes that although the global manufacturing industry continued to recover in November, the previous instability factors still existed, and the emergence of new mutant strains at the end of November further aggravated the risks in the recovery process, and the uncertainty of the global economic recovery remains Larger.
Facing the many vulnerabilities and potential risks of the world economy, on the one hand, we must continue to strengthen multilateral cooperation.
Adherence to multilateral cooperation remains the key to fighting the epidemic and promoting global economic recovery.
On the other hand, it is necessary to accelerate the development of the global green economy and digital economy, promote the energy transition, and enhance the stability of the global supply chain.