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China trade: rebound continues as imports surge 38.1 per cent in March, exports up 30.6 per cent

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s imports and exports continued their strong rebound in March, data released on Tuesday showed. Exports grew by 30.6 per cent last month from a year earlier to US1.13 billion, down from the 60.6 per cent seen in January and February, and below the median result of a survey of analysts conducted by Bloomberg, which predicted 38.1 per cent growth.This was still the ninth consecutive period of export growth, although the fact that exports fell by 6.6 per cent in March last year due to the…

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China’s imports and exports continued their strong rebound in March, data released on Tuesday showed. Exports grew by 30.6 per cent last month from a year earlier to US$241.13 billion, down from the 60.6 per cent seen in January and February, and below the median result of a survey of analysts conducted by Bloomberg, which predicted 38.1 per cent growth.This was still the ninth consecutive period of export growth, although the fact that exports fell by 6.6 per cent in March last year due to the…

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