The rise in exports in June continued to be buoyed by growth in shipments of masks, medical products and work-from-home equipment. Photo: AFP

China’s trade with Europe seen as key amid US frictions after June imports, exports suggest recovery from coronavirus

  • Chinese exports returned to growth last month, with a rise of 0.5 per cent from a year ago, while imports in US dollar terms also rose by 2.7 per cent in June
  • China-US trade frictions are seen as unlikely to improve ahead of November’s election, but the European Union is seen as a key variable to China’s coronavirus recovery
Topic |   China trade
The rise in exports in June continued to be buoyed by growth in shipments of masks, medical products and work-from-home equipment. Photo: AFP
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