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BEIJING James White Patriots Jersey , Dec. 31 (Xinhua) -- China's manufacturing sector continued to expand in December, pointing to economic resilience in the country's factory sector.


The country's manufacturing purchasing managers' index (PMI) came in at 51.6 in December, slightly decelerating from 51.8 in November, according to National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) data released Sunday.


A reading above 50 indicates expansion, while below reflects contraction.


The index in December is on par with the annual average Tom Brady Patriots Jersey , pointing to a strong resilience in China's growth, according to NBS senior statistician Zhao Qinghe.


Sub-indices for production and new orders came in at 54 and 53.4, respectively, down from 54.3 and 53.6 last month, but well above the boom-bust line of 50.


However Rob Gronkowski Patriots Jersey , the sub-index of raw material inventory stood at 48 in December, down 0.4 points from last month, indicating continuously decreasing raw material inventory in the manufacturing sector.


Meanwhile, the sub-index of supplier deliveries declined 0.2 points month on month to 49.3, showing a slower delivery by raw material suppliers.


The manufacturing sector employed less people as the sub-index of employment dropped 0.3 percentage points month on month to 48.5 in December.


"Factory employment continued to contract slightly -- a mismatch with expanding output that might reflect the advance of automation Duke Dawson Jersey ," according to Tom Orlik, Bloomberg chief Asia economist.


The country's manufacturing PMI has been in positive territory for 17 months in a row despite overall slower expansion this month.


The NBS data also showed that the country's non-manufacturing sector expanded faster in December, with non-manufacturing PMI coming in at 55 in December, up from 54.8 in November.


The service sector, which accounted for more than half of the country's gross domestic product Sony Michel Jersey , continued steady growth, with the sector's business activity index standing at 53.4 in December, well above the boom-bust line of 50, although declining 0.2 points month on month.


The new order index of the non-manufacturing businesses stood at 52 in December, up 0.2 points from a month ago. In breakdown Isaiah Wynn Jersey , the new order index for the service sector increased slightly slower month on month to 50.9, and that for the construction sector rose at a faster pace to 58.1.


"Early indicators for December show China's economy pushing into 2018 with growth steady, if unspectacular," said Tom Orlik in a research note, as "the official purchasing managers' indexes show the manufacturing sector slowing slightly and the non-manufacturing sector picking up Devin McCourty Jersey , driven mainly by construction."


"Growth remains remarkably robust, underpinned by resurgent global demand, stimulus-boosted infrastructure spending, and a deleveraging program that remains more honored in the breach than the observance." Orlik said.


Sub-indices for production and new orders came in at 54 and 53.4, respectively Stephen Gostkowski Jersey , down from 54.3 and 53.6 last month, while new export orders and import accelerated, with indices gained 1.1 points and 0.2 points to 51.9 and 51.2, respectively, according to NBS senior statistician Zhao Qinghe.


"In the details Dont'a Hightower Jersey , output and new orders sub-indexes were both down slightly but still robustly in expansionary territory. New export orders picked up," Orlik said.


Bloomberg Economics expects a moderate slowdown of China's factory activity in 2018 as tailwinds from exports and infrastructure blow less strongly, and headwinds from deleveraging increase.






UNITED NATIONS, May 3 (Xinhua) -- The UN Security Council adopted a resolution Tuesday to condemn attacks on medical and humanitarian personnel in violent conflict, while demanding relevant parties facilitate safe and unimpeded passage for those engaged in medical duties.


The unanimously adopted resolution by the 15-nation council comes after a series of reported attacks targeted hospitals in Syria.


Earlier on Tuesday, dozens of civilians were killed and wounded when rebel rocket fire targeted a hospital in Syria's battered city of Aleppo. Last week, Al Quds field hospital, situated in a rebel-held neighborhood in Aleppo, was hit by a missile from a fighter jet.


The resolution urged all parties to armed conflict to develop effective measures and prevent acts of violence against personnel engaged in medical duties, their means of transport and equipment, as well as hospitals and other medical facilities.


While addressing the Security Council meeting held Tuesday, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said that intentional and direct attacks on hospitals are "war crimes."


"Denying people access to essential health care is a serious violation of international humanitarian law," he added, while urging member states to develop domestic legal frameworks that protect health facilities and medical workers.


Dr. Joanne Liu, international president of Medecins Sans Frontieres, an independent medical organization, said to the council that hospitals must not be attacked or forcibly entered by armed personnel, including to search for and capture patients.


"Medical ethics cannot be buried by war," she stressed.


The resolution of the most powerful UN body seeks to reinforce existing humanitarian law on the issue. It further deplores the long-term consequences of such attacks on civilian population and healthcare systems.


According to Physicians for Human Rights, a human rights NGO, since the beginning of the Syrian conflict, it has documented more than 360 attacks on some 250 medical facilities. More than 730 medical personnel have been killed.


Currently, almost half of all medical facilities in Syria are closed or only partially functioning. Millions of Syrians lack life-saving healthcare.


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