China’s exports rose more than forecast last month and a broad measure of credit surged 28 per cent, helping the nation’s new leaders sustain a pickup in economic growth after a seven-quarter slowdown.
Overseas shipments increased 14.1 per cent from a year earlier, the most since May, customs administration data showed today, compared with the 5 percent median forecast in a Bloomberg News survey of 40 economists. Aggregate financing of 1.63 trillion...
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