Pantheon Macroeconomics - The collapse in global demand last month will have derailed China's trade recovery, causing exports to drop unpleasantly month-on-month after the bounce of around 45% in March; the January/February breakdown is not provided, so we can't be sure of
the extent of the March rebound.

Asia | 6 May 2020 China's Trade Woes Probably Came Back with a Vengeance in April
The collapse in global demand last month will have derailed China's trade recovery, causing exports to drop unpleasantly month-on-month after the bounce of around 45% in March; the January/February breakdown is not provided, so we can't be sure of the extent of the March rebound.

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6 May 2020 China's Trade Woes Probably Came Back with a Vengeance in April

By Beamish Freya

The collapse in global demand last month will have derailed China's trade recovery, causing exports to drop unpleasantly month-on-month after the bounce of around 45% in March; the January/February breakdown is not provided, so we can't be sure of the extent of the March rebound.

Posted: 6th May 2020 in 'Asia'

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