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Foreign trade exceeds expectations

China’s exports increased by 25.6 percent in August compared to the same period last year (calculated in US dollars). This was reported by China Customs in Beijing on Tuesday. Imports even saw an increase of 33.1 percent. With these figures, the world’s second-largest economy is presenting itself even stronger than expected – despite recent Covid outbreaks.

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