Global trade is expected to fall by up to 32 per cent in 2020 due the damage to the economy from the coronavirus pandemic, the World Trade Organisation said last week. Photo: Bloomberg Global trade is expected to fall by up to 32 per cent in 2020 due the damage to the economy from the coronavirus pandemic, the World Trade Organisation said last week. Photo: Bloomberg
Global trade is expected to fall by up to 32 per cent in 2020 due the damage to the economy from the coronavirus pandemic, the World Trade Organisation said last week. Photo: Bloomberg

Coronavirus: China’s imports and exports dropped again in March

  • Exports fell by 6.6 per cent compared to the same period a year earlier, according to data released on Tuesday by the General Administration of Customs
  • Imports dropped 1.0 per cent from a year earlier, having dropped 4 per cent in January and February combined

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Global trade is expected to fall by up to 32 per cent in 2020 due the damage to the economy from the coronavirus pandemic, the World Trade Organisation said last week. Photo: Bloomberg Global trade is expected to fall by up to 32 per cent in 2020 due the damage to the economy from the coronavirus pandemic, the World Trade Organisation said last week. Photo: Bloomberg
Global trade is expected to fall by up to 32 per cent in 2020 due the damage to the economy from the coronavirus pandemic, the World Trade Organisation said last week. Photo: Bloomberg
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