China News Service, Beijing, January 6 (Reporter Ruan Yulin) China Federation of Logistics and Purchasing released data on the 6th, showing that in 2021, the global manufacturing purchasing manager index (PMI) average value is 56.1%, which is continuously disturbed by the epidemic and supply shortage As well as the impact of rising inflationary pressures, the recovery momentum of the manufacturing industry will slow down in 2021.

  In December 2021, the global manufacturing PMI fell by 0.8 percentage points from the previous month to 55.3%, indicating that the global manufacturing growth rate has slowed down from the previous month.

Judging from the trend for the whole year of 2021, the global manufacturing industry maintains a rapid recovery trend, but the recovery momentum has slowed down, and the overall growth rate shows a trend of high and low.

  In 2021, the average global manufacturing PMI is 56.1%, which is higher than the same period in 2020 and 2019.

In the second half of 2021, the global manufacturing PMI showed a fluctuating downward trend. The average value of the second half of the year was 55.8%, which was 0.8 percentage points lower than the average of the first half of the year.

The continuous disturbance of the epidemic, supply shortages and rising inflationary pressures are the main factors affecting the slowdown in the recovery momentum of the manufacturing industry in 2021.

  According to the analysis, in 2022, the spread of the epidemic, inflationary pressures and debt risks will still be uncertain factors that plague the global economic recovery.

The impact of the epidemic on the global economy continues, and the resulting labor shortage and supply chain instability problems will still exist, and the global supply chain crisis has not been fully alleviated.

However, the scope of vaccination will continue to expand, the epidemic prevention policies of various countries will be more precise, and the public's adaptability to the epidemic will increase, and the impact of the epidemic on the economy may be weaker than in 2021.

  The analysis believes that continuing to cooperate in the fight against the epidemic, strengthening the prevention and control of the epidemic, and reducing its interference with the economy is still the foundation of the continuous recovery of the global economy.

At the same time, continuing to strengthen global trade cooperation and advancing the multilateral trading system is an important driving force for maintaining a stable global recovery.

The continuous advancement of the African Continental Free Trade Area and the implementation of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (RCEP) will help alleviate many risks and uncertainties in economic recovery, promote the integration of global industrial chains and supply chains, and enhance the stability of economic operations sex.