Containers sit in Yangshan Port in Shanghai, China, August 6, 2019.
Aly Song | Reuters
BEIJING – China’s exports grew more than expected in April, as global demand for Chinese goods remained high amid various stages of the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
US dollar-denominated exports rose 32.3% in April from a year ago, the Chinese customs agency said on Friday. This exceeded the growth forecast of 24.1
Imports rose 43.1 percent in US dollars, which also topped expectations for growth of 42.5%, according to a Reuters poll.
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