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China trade strong in November as global demand picks up

Improvement is seen to be broad-based, with Chinese exports to the US, EU and EMs all increasing
Friday, December 9, 2016 - 05:50

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Overall, recent economic data point to stronger activity with investments, real estate, inflation and manufacturing on the rise. Shipments to China's two main trading partners, the US and Europe, were both up more than 10 per cent.

Beijing

CHINA trade picked up last month on stronger domestic and external demand but analysts warn the outlook remains murky into 2017 as emerging economies remain weak and the US raises the risk of protectionist measures.

Exports rose 0.1 per cent to reach US$19.7 billion, the

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