China’s overall trade surplus shrank by 9.6% to $123.7 billion...

China’s overall trade surplus shrank by 9.6% to $123.7 billion in the first seven months of the year, with the state-run Xinhua news agency saying that this was because of policies aimed at reducing the surplus, as well as higher costs for imported energy and resources. Still, China’s exports of ...

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