New data out of China indicates that trade between the world’s two largest economics has continued to grow, even as Beijing and Washington are still squaring off on a range of issues. Photo: Bloomberg
New data out of China indicates that trade between the world’s two largest economics has continued to grow, even as Beijing and Washington are still squaring off on a range of issues. Photo: Bloomberg
China trade

China’s imports from US set record in first quarter, but their trade imbalance grows on strong Chinese exports

  • Analysts tie China’s broader import rise to higher global commodity prices and stronger domestic demand, particularly in construction sector
  • China’s overall export growth stayed high in first quarter and ‘may now be peaking’, analyst says, as policy support is removed and vaccine roll-outs start to reverse pandemic-induced demand for Chinese goods

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New data out of China indicates that trade between the world’s two largest economics has continued to grow, even as Beijing and Washington are still squaring off on a range of issues. Photo: Bloomberg
New data out of China indicates that trade between the world’s two largest economics has continued to grow, even as Beijing and Washington are still squaring off on a range of issues. Photo: Bloomberg
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