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22nd Jun 2022 00:00China+, Daily Monitor

Preliminary export data from Korea look terrible for global trade, but in reality are merely quite bad.

Distortions from China’s zero-Covid policies affect the data, with the reopening boost now fading.

The slowdown trend in exports is still intact, and will likely be echoed in global trade data for June.

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