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Unexpected export boom in September

China’s exports are growing ever faster. In September, the People’s Republic’s exports increased by 28.1 percent year on year. Imports climbed by 17.6 percent. Exports had already grown by an unexpectedly strong 26.5 percent back in August. The strong export figures came as a surprise to experts, who had expected a lesser increase due to production downtimes resulting from power shortages that continue plaguing China.

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