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Coronavirus: China trade improved in March, but global outlook remains grim

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s imports and exports improved in March after the coronavirus outbreak caused a dramatic collapse in the first two months of 2020, the Ministry of Commerce said on Thursday.But the outlook for China’s exports remained gloomy given the economic damage being done by the continued spread of the virus globally.Some Chinese exporters, especially textile, apparel and automotive firms as well as , have been hit particularly hard by shrinking global demand caused by the pandemic, with export…

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China’s imports and exports improved in March after the coronavirus outbreak caused a dramatic collapse in the first two months of 2020, the Ministry of Commerce said on Thursday.But the outlook for China’s exports remained gloomy given the economic damage being done by the continued spread of the virus globally.Some Chinese exporters, especially textile, apparel and automotive firms as well as , have been hit particularly hard by shrinking global demand caused by the pandemic, with export…

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