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China’s exports missed forecast in March, while imports rose more than expected


A Chinese flag flies on a vessel moving past shipping containers being unloaded at a Tianjin Port Group Co. dock in Tianjin, China.

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China on Tuesday said its exports for March jumped 30.6% from a year ago in U.S. dollar terms — missing analyst expectations.

Meanwhile, the country’s imports in U.S. dollar terms rose 38.1% in March from a year ago.

Analysts polled by Reuters had expected Chinese exports to rise 35.5% year over year in March, and imports to climb 23.3% over the same period.

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