China's export growth slowed sharply in April to hit the lowest level in nearly two years, while imports barely changed as strict COVID-19 control measures across several regions in the country hit factory production and weighed on domestic demand.
Exports, in US dollar terms, rose 3.9% in April from a year earlier, slowing sharply from the 14.7% growth in the previous month, according to data released by the General Administration of . . .
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