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A firm start to the year for China’s commodity imports

China’s energy and industrial metal imports were generally strong in the first quarter. We expect them to hold up well in the coming months as fiscal stimulus continues to support construction activity, but we expect import growth to subside later in the year as the impact of policy stimulus fades.

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