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Asia | 10 Nov 2020 China's Exporters will Soon Hit a Covid-19 Speedbump
October is likely to be as good as it gets for Chinese exporters for some time, with Covid-19 sweeping through developed markets once again.

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10 Nov 2020 China's Exporters will Soon Hit a Covid-19 Speedbump

By Miguel Chanco

October is likely to be as good as it gets for Chinese exporters for some time, with Covid-19 sweeping through developed markets once again.

Posted: 9th Nov 2020 in 'Asia'

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