China trade: exporters poised to maintain short-term growth amid Omicron, but downside risks threaten full 2022 outlook

China’s export machine is expected to keep roaring over the short term due to the global spread of Omicron, but Beijing has warned of increasing downside risks in 2022 after the nation’s exporters saw record-high exports last year.Despite geopolitical tensions with the US and global disruptions of supply chains during the pandemic, China’s trade surplus with the rest of the world rose 29 per cent in 2021 from a year prior, to US$67.64 billion – the highest since record-keeping began in 1950,… …read more

Source:: SCMP – United States & Canada

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