China's export growth weaker than expected

December 11, 2012   // 0 Comments

by Andrew Walker BBC World Service Economics correspondent China's export growth came in below market expectations in November as global demand remained subdued. Exports grew 2.9% and imports were flat compared to the previous year. Analysts were expecting exports to jump 9%. The trade data creates some uncertainty about China's economic outlook. It contrasts with data released at the weekend ...

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