China News Service, Beijing, June 30 (Reporter Ruan Yulin) According to data released by the China Federation of Logistics and Purchasing on the 30th, China's non-manufacturing business activity index in June was 54.7%, an increase of 6.9 percentage points from the previous month, showing that the epidemic has affected Africa. The external influence of the manufacturing industry was further weakened, and the recovery of the non-manufacturing industry was significantly strengthened, showing a trend of returning to normalization.

  Since there is no comprehensive index for non-manufacturing industries, the business activity index is usually used to reflect the overall changes in the non-manufacturing economy.

  In June, China's non-manufacturing business activity index was 54.7%.

Among the individual indices, the new orders index, the new export order index, the orders on hand index, the inventory index, the input price index, the sales price index, the employment index, the supplier delivery time index and the business activity expectation index all increased. , an increase of 0.1 percentage points to 9.1 percentage points.

  In terms of different industries, the business activity index of the construction industry was 56.6%, and the business activity index of the service industry was 54.3%.

Among the 21 industries, 19 industries including air transportation, railway transportation, catering, road transportation and finance are above 50%; 2 industries of residential service and repair industry and real estate industry are lower than 50%.

It shows that not only investment-related construction activities maintained a good upward trend, but also consumption-related service industry activities, which were greatly affected by the epidemic in the early stage, increased significantly compared with the previous month.

  In June, the new orders index was 53.2%, up 9.1 percentage points from the previous month.

From the index level, the business activity index and the new order index are both higher than the same period in the past three years, indicating that the supply and demand of the non-manufacturing market is recovering at a faster pace, and showing a broad recovery fundamentals, stronger recovery efforts, better recovery balance, and recovery Features of improved quality.

  Overall, non-manufacturing industries have recovered significantly this month, business expectations have increased, and the business activity expectations index has risen to over 61%, hitting a new high this year, the analysis said.

However, the basis for the recovery of market demand still needs to be consolidated, and the recovery of the endogenous power of market demand still needs to be further strengthened.

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