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MNI BRIEF: China Foreign Trade To Achieve Stable Growth In H2

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China’s imports and exports will maintain steady growth in the second half of the year, supported by the gradual recovery of domestic demand and the rapid resumption of production, though still facing certain uncertainties, said Li Kuiwen, spokesman of China Customs at a briefing on Wednesday.

Although the pandemic outbreaks and the Ukraine crisis have added to external challenges, overseas demand remains stable as the global economy is still showing a recovery trend, said Li, adding that this provides a broad space for China’s exports.

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China’s imports and exports will maintain steady growth in the second half of the year, supported by the gradual recovery of domestic demand and the rapid resumption of production, though still facing certain uncertainties, said Li Kuiwen, spokesman of China Customs at a briefing on Wednesday.

Although the pandemic outbreaks and the Ukraine crisis have added to external challenges, overseas demand remains stable as the global economy is still showing a recovery trend, said Li, adding that this provides a broad space for China’s exports.