Via Capital Economics: • Import growth was surprisingly strong last month. This probably reflects a continued recovery in industrial activity following the easing of winter pollution controls and is unlikely to be sustained. Meanwhile, with global growth now past its peak, Chinese export growth is trending down. But progress in US-China trade negotiations raises hopes
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