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China trade: imports, exports set to have stayed ‘solid’ in March

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Improved global demand and a favourable base effect are likely to have kept China’s exports buoyant in March, while higher oil prices will have boosted its imports, a Reuters poll showed on Monday.China’s trade surplus is expected to be US.05 billion in March, following a surplus of US3.25 billion in the first two months of the year, according to a median forecast in a Reuters poll of 27 economists. The data will be released on Tuesday.Exports are expected to have risen 35.5 per cent in…

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Improved global demand and a favourable base effect are likely to have kept China’s exports buoyant in March, while higher oil prices will have boosted its imports, a Reuters poll showed on Monday.China’s trade surplus is expected to be US$52.05 billion in March, following a surplus of US$103.25 billion in the first two months of the year, according to a median forecast in a Reuters poll of 27 economists. The data will be released on Tuesday.Exports are expected to have risen 35.5 per cent in…
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