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Asia | 14 Oct 2020 China's Import Surge is All About Catch-up and Commodity Prices
China's trade surplus plunged unexpectedly in September, to $37B, marking the lowest level since March.

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14 Oct 2020 China's Import Surge is All About Catch-up and Commodity Prices

By Miguel Chanco

China's trade surplus plunged unexpectedly in September, to $37B, marking the lowest level since March.

Posted: 14th Oct 2020 in 'Asia'

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