Bloomberg has done a good round-up of the world’s manufacturing output in May – and things are definitely looking brighter in both the eurozone and the UK. The European Central Bank president said he expects a recovery this year. Small businesses in China, however, are struggling, while in the US the factory index was at its weakest point this year.
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