China Economics

China Data Response

10 December, 2018

Trade & Inflation (Nov.)

Export growth slowed last month but this reflects unflattering base effects and softer global growth rather than US tariffs. A bigger concern is the sharp drop in import growth which, coupled with cooling factory gate inflation, suggests that policy efforts to shore up domestic demand are falling short.

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