China’s exports in US dollar terms in October fell 0.9 per cent from a year earlier, customs data showed on Friday, narrowing from a 3.2 per cent drop in September, well above the 3.9 per cent fall expected by analysts. That marks the third consecutive monthly drop, the worst run since 2016.
Imports dropped 6.4 per cent last month from a year earlier for the sixth consecutive month, compared with an expected . . .
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