China's December exports declined at the fastest pace since March 2020 amid sluggish overseas demand, highlighting risks to the country's economic recovery, while imports fell at a slower pace, suggesting that domestic demand may slowly recover in coming months.

China's December exports declined at the fastest pace since March 2020 amid sluggish overseas demand, highlighting risks to the country's economic recovery, while imports fell at a slower pace, suggesting that domestic demand may slowly recover in coming months . . .

 

 

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