China’s exports grew faster than expected in Jan – Feb, slowed from Dec due to high base

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China's exports grew faster than expected in the first two months of the year mainly driven by higher prices, though the growth slowed from December last year due to base effect and easing overseas demand.

Exports, in US dollar terms, rose 16.3% year on year in January-February to $544.7 billion, while imports rose by 15.5% to $428.75 billion, according to data released by the General Administration of Customs on . . .

 

 

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