Independent Strategy

ChinaChina September Trade

China’s trade balance continues to improve, a function of persistent weakness for imports which again outweighed soft, if patchy, export demand.  The locus of the export demand problem remains the US which is being offset by ongoing growth from the Eurozone and parts of Asia, the exceptions being Japan, South Korea and Hong Kong, which have continued to contract.

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