By Gabriel Crossley BEIJING (Reuters) - China's exports grew at a robust pace in March in yet another boost to the nation's economic recovery as global demand picks up amid progress in worldwide COVID-19 vaccination, while import growth surged to the highest in four years. The data reinforces signs of gathering momentum for the world's second largest economy as it emerges from the COVID-19-led slump in early 2020. Exports in dollar terms soared 30.6% in March from a year earlier, but at a slower pace from a record 154.9% growth in February. The analysts polled by ...
China exports rise at robust pace in Mar, imports growth highest in 4 years
Despite sporadic Covid-19 cases in China's border cities, authorities have been able to contain the virus in a boost to factory activity as production has gradually picked up to pre-pandemic levels