It said the group's purchasing managers' index remained at 51.4, the
same from October.
A private survey by HSBC had expected weaker growth in Chinese
manufacturing with a PMI at 50.4, down from October's 50.9, amid
signs of weaker global demands and slower inventory restocking.
Both indexes use a 100-point scale on which numbers below 50
"With November's PMI holding steady from the previous month, it
shows the economic growth is stabilizing for the future," analyst
Zhang Liqun said in the federation's report.
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