Overall in the first quarter of 2020, China’s exports dropped 13.3 per cent, with imports were down 2.9 per cent. Photo: AP Overall in the first quarter of 2020, China’s exports dropped 13.3 per cent, with imports were down 2.9 per cent. Photo: AP
Overall in the first quarter of 2020, China’s exports dropped 13.3 per cent, with imports were down 2.9 per cent. Photo: AP

Coronavirus: China’s trade recovery to be short-lived with overseas demand set to fall amid Covid-19

  • China’s exports only fell 6.6 per cent in March after having contracted 17.2 per cent in combined figures for January and February
  • But with global demand set to drop amid antivirus measures in US and Europe, analysts have warned of a substantial fall in the coming months

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Overall in the first quarter of 2020, China’s exports dropped 13.3 per cent, with imports were down 2.9 per cent. Photo: AP Overall in the first quarter of 2020, China’s exports dropped 13.3 per cent, with imports were down 2.9 per cent. Photo: AP
Overall in the first quarter of 2020, China’s exports dropped 13.3 per cent, with imports were down 2.9 per cent. Photo: AP
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