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Asia Documents | 9 February 2018 China's Trade Surplus Knocked by Calendar Effects, RMB Takes a Cue
China's trade surplus tumbled to $20.3B in January, from $54.7B in December, surprising the consensus for little change.

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9 February 2018 China's Trade Surplus Knocked by Calendar Effects, RMB Takes a Cue

By Freya Beamish

China's trade surplus tumbled to $20.3B in January, from $54.7B in December, surprising the consensus for little change.

Posted: 8th Feb 2018 in 'Asia Documents'

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