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China's exports beat forecast to rise as trade war heats up

Bangkok Post Monday, 10 June 2019
BEIJING - China's exports beat gloomy forecasts to rebound in May though imports sank more than expected, official data showed Monday, as concerns lingered about the impact of its ongoing trade war with the United States.
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