BSI registered 49.2 in November.

By bne IntelliNews November 28, 2012
China's business sentiment index (BSI) declined to 49.2 in November this year, as compared to 61.2 posted in October. As reported by China Economic Review - Daily Briefings, the decline in the BSI was caused due to a fall in sectors like property, telecom, oil and gas, while the domestic consumption increased during the period.
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