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China trade: coronavirus outbreak threatens temporary ‘shock’ after May figures fell short of expectations

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]A coronavirus outbreak in southern China looks to have a “transitory shock” on trade this month after exports fell short of expectations in May despite hitting a 10-year high.Concerns have been raised about how the recent outbreak will affect traffic at Shenzhen’s Yantian port and Nansha port in Guangzhou, which are among the world’s busiest container ports.Officials at Nansha port insisted on Monday that operations were “running normally”, though truck drivers were being required to have…

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A coronavirus outbreak in southern China looks to have a “transitory shock” on trade this month after exports fell short of expectations in May despite hitting a 10-year high.Concerns have been raised about how the recent outbreak will affect traffic at Shenzhen’s Yantian port and Nansha port in Guangzhou, which are among the world’s busiest container ports.Officials at Nansha port insisted on Monday that operations were “running normally”, though truck drivers were being required to have…

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