China’s exports grew by 30.6 per cent in March compared to a year earlier, skewed upward by low base from 2020, while imports grew by 38.1  per cent last month from a year earlier. Photo: Xinhua China’s exports grew by 30.6 per cent in March compared to a year earlier, skewed upward by low base from 2020, while imports grew by 38.1  per cent last month from a year earlier. Photo: Xinhua
China’s exports grew by 30.6 per cent in March compared to a year earlier, skewed upward by low base from 2020, while imports grew by 38.1 per cent last month from a year earlier. Photo: Xinhua
China trade

China trade: rebound continues as imports surge 38.1 per cent in March, exports up 30.6 per cent

  • Exports grew by 30.6 per cent in March compared to a year earlier, partly skewed by low base from 2020
  • Imports grew by 38.1 per cent in March from a year earlier to US$227.34 billion, well above expectations of 24.5 per cent growth

Topic |   China trade
China’s exports grew by 30.6 per cent in March compared to a year earlier, skewed upward by low base from 2020, while imports grew by 38.1  per cent last month from a year earlier. Photo: Xinhua China’s exports grew by 30.6 per cent in March compared to a year earlier, skewed upward by low base from 2020, while imports grew by 38.1  per cent last month from a year earlier. Photo: Xinhua
China’s exports grew by 30.6 per cent in March compared to a year earlier, skewed upward by low base from 2020, while imports grew by 38.1 per cent last month from a year earlier. Photo: Xinhua
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