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4th Nov 2022 16:13China+, Weekly Monitor

  • China’s current account surplus exploded to a re- cord $144B in Q3...
  • ...driven by an expanded goods trade surplus as exports rebounded faster than imports.
  • Net outflows of foreign direct investment indicate a fall in confidence in China’s economic outlook.

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