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13th Jan 2023 16:00China+, Weekly Monitor

  • Covid exit waves are depressing China’s import demand in the short term...
  • ...But we expect imports to rebound, as the economy reopens, starting in March and from Q2 onwards.
  • Weak global demand is hurting China’s overall exports, but not soaring car shipments.

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