[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s exports fell for the third month in a row in October, the worst run since 2016, but while the smaller than expected drop hinted to some at a possible ‘stabilisation’, most analysts remained cautious suggesting that it was still “hard to be optimistic about the outlook”.Exports declined by 0.9 per cent in October, a better result than the 3.9 per cent drop predicted by economists in a Bloomberg survey, according to data released on Friday. The October result was also better than…
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