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Asia Documents | 8 May 2018 China's Diminished Current Account Surplus is Hugely Significant
China's current account dropped sharply in Q1, to a deficit of $28.2B, from a surplus of $62.3B in Q4.

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8 May 2018 China's Diminished Current Account Surplus is Hugely Significant

By Freya Beamish

China's current account dropped sharply in Q1, to a deficit of $28.2B, from a surplus of $62.3B in Q4.

Posted: 8th May 2018 in 'Asia Documents'

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