China’s import volumes were little changed at the beginning of the year, disappointing hopes for a rebound. But we still think that reopening will eventually drive a pick-up in imports. And while exports fared better than feared, they may drop back again before long as the one-off boost from easing virus disruption fades and cooling foreign demand remains a drag.
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