Purchasing Managers' Index remains in depressed territory
The Absa Purchasing Managers’ Index is calculated as the weighted average of the following: Business Activity, New Orders, Employment, Supplier Deliveries and Inventories.
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Even further back, the last ten years... manufacturing in SA has been fairly dormant.Kevin Lings, chief economist - STANLIB
I guess if you want to look at a sub-sector industry... the motor industry has had a better time - where something like clothing manufacturing has been decimated so I guess it does vary by sector but in general the data we've had during lockdown has obviously been...extremely weak.Kevin Lings, Chief Economist - Stanlib Asset Management
We need small bites here - if you tackle the problem little bit by little bit you do make headway - I do think we can make headway.Kevin Lings, chief economist - STANLIB
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