China trade: export growth stronger than expected in September but ‘instabilities, uncertainties’ remain

China’s exports rose more than expected in September, data released on Wednesday showed.China’s exports grew by 28.1 per cent in September from a year earlier, to US$305.74 billion – up from the 25.6 per cent growth seen in August.This was above the median result of a survey of analysts conducted by Bloomberg, which had predicted 21.5 per cent growth.In the same month last year, exports rose by 9.9 per cent as the impact of the coronavirus eased, meaning the latest figures started from a higher…

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