China’s exports grew by 27.1 per cent in October compared with a year earlier, while imports rose by 20.6 per cent last month. Photo: Reuters
China’s exports grew by 27.1 per cent in October compared with a year earlier, while imports rose by 20.6 per cent last month. Photo: Reuters
China trade

China trade: export growth above expectations in October but ‘Covid-19 cases and chip shortages loom’

  • The country’s exports grew by 27.1 per cent in the month compared with a year earlier, down from 28.1 per cent growth in September
  • Economic indicators likely to drift lower in the last quarter of the year, analysts say

Topic |   China trade
China’s exports grew by 27.1 per cent in October compared with a year earlier, while imports rose by 20.6 per cent last month. Photo: Reuters
China’s exports grew by 27.1 per cent in October compared with a year earlier, while imports rose by 20.6 per cent last month. Photo: Reuters
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