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China’s exports unexpectedly grew at faster pace to hit new record high in August

China’s exports grew at a faster pace in August to hit a new record high driven by robust global demand despite high comparison base a year earlier and broad market expectations for downward pressure on exports amid Covid-19 flare-ups.

Exports grew by 25.6 per cent in August from a year earlier to $294.32 billion, hitting a new record high for the second straight month and picking up form July’s 19.3 . . .

 

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