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China trade: export growth stronger than expected in September but ‘instabilities, uncertainties’ remain

Published Oct 13 2021 at 3:21 AM GMT
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  • China’s exports rose more than expected in September, data released on Wednesday showed.
  • China’s exports grew by 28.1 per cent in September from a year earlier, to US$305.
  • 74 billion – up from the 25.6 per cent growth seen in August.
  • This was above the median result of a survey of analysts conducted by Bloomberg, which had predicted 21.5 per cent growth.
  • In the same month last year, exports rose by 99 per cent as the impact of the coronavirus eased, meaning the latest figures started from a higher….




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  • Published Oct 13, 2021 3:21 AM GMT