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7th Mar 2023 15:42China+, Daily Monitor

  • Chinese exports kept falling in January/February, due to the Lunar New Year and Covid exit waves.
  • Exports are likely to remain weak this year, in view of soft global demand.
  • The Work Report hints at a new market reform push through CPTPP accession efforts.

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