China export, import growth slows, reinforcing signs of fragility

China export, import development slows, reinforcing indicators of fragility
Annual development in China&#39s exports and imports slowed in October, data showed on Saturday, reinforcing signs of fragility in the planet&#39s second-biggest economy that could prompt policymakers to roll out a lot more stimulus measures. Exports have been the lone&nbsp…
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Another Purpose Not to Trust China&#39s Economic Information
The numbers don&#39t match. In September, China exported $ 37.six billion to Hong Kong, according to government data compiled by Bloomberg. For the same month, Hong Kong&#39s government says imports from the mainland amounted to only $ 24.1 billion.
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