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China's exports only increased by 3.9% in April due to the impact of the epidemic

Affected by the epidemic, production in many Asian countries has begun to recover from the epidemic, and many Chinese orders have been taken away. As a result, China's exports in April only increased by 3.9% year-on-year, compared with the 14.7% increase in March. difference. Now we are concerned about whether exports can return to double-digit growth as the epidemic in China gradually subsides. This is very important to measure how much of the current decline in export growth is because of the epidemic and how much is because orders have been snatched by other Asian countries. Therefore, the export figures released by the mainland in the coming months will be very important.
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