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Chinese factories kept busy by booming domestic demand

13 October, 2020The Times

“A jump in imports suggests that domestic investment spending remains strong,” said Julian Evans-Pritchard, senior China economist at Capital Economics. “Exports remained strong, most likely thanks to the recent strength of retail sales among China’s major trading partners.”

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