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China's trade surplus narrows sharply in April as exports dip

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Data from China's General Administration of Customs indicates that the country's dollar-denominated exports fell by 2.7 per cent from a year ago, while its imports picked up by 4 per cent, following a drop of 7.6 per cent in March.

Beijing

CHINA'S trade data missed expectations in April just as tensions with the United States are flaring up again. China's trade surplus shrank drastically last month, coming in at US$13.84 billion, against the preceding month's US$35 billion.

Dollar-denominated exports fell by...

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