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The economy normalizes: China’s exports grow strongly by 11.4 percent

The economy normalizes
China’s exports grow strongly by 11.4 percent

Container ships are docked in a container port in the Eastern Chinese province of Shandong. Photo: Uncredited/CHINATOPIX/AP/dpa

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With strict measures China has got the Corona-crisis-largely in the grip. This has an impact on the economy is returning to normal again.

China’s foreign trade during October continue to rise. With the recovery of the second largest economy in the Corona-crisis exports in US Dollar terms by an unexpectedly large 11.4 percent compared to the same month last year, as the Chinese customs announced.

Total trade climbed from the outside to 8.4 percent. Imports rose in October, but only by 4.7 percent. The increase is far less than expected and weaker than in the previous month of 13.2 percent. Experts referred to the unusually long holiday week of the national holiday on 1. October, the strong comparative month in the previous year, and lower Oil imports.

As the most populous country in the Coronavirus is largely in the grip, has returned to normal, the economy. With strict quarantine measures, mass testing, contact tracing, and sharp restrictions on admission, the Virus could be brought under control. While the world economy is in a recession, China looks set to achieve as the only major economy this year, the expectations for growth of around two percent.

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