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Japan Exports Fall As China, US Demand Weakens

Imports rose 11.8% in the year to February, roughly matching the median estimate, following a 9.5% drop in the prior month and bringing a trade surplus of 217.4 billion yen ($2 billion).

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China's Factory Prices Rise For First Time In 12 Months

The Chinese economy is expected to grow 8.4% this year, following a 2.3% rise in 2020 in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic that forced the country to shut down for much of the March quarter last year.

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Hong Kong Recession Shows Sign Of Slowing As China Economy Expands

The economy shrank 3.4% in July-September from a year earlier, its fifth straight quarterly contraction, government advance estimates showed on Friday.

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"Indian Army has more operating experience at higher altitudes than Chinese Army," says Lt Gen (Retd) Deependra Singh Hooda

"Indian Army has more operating experience at higher altitudes than Chinese Army," says Lt Gen (Retd) Deependra Singh Hooda

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China August Exports Rise 9.5% Y/Y, Beat Forecasts; Imports Down 2.1%

China posted a trade surplus of $58.93 billion last month, compared with the poll's forecast for a $50.50 billion surplus and $62.33 billion surplus in July.

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China's Factory Activity Likely Grew At Slightly Faster Pace In Aug

Profits at China's industrial firms last month grew at the fastest pace since June 2018, official data showed on Thursday.

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China's Fiscal Revenue Up 3.2% In June As Economy Rebounds

China has issued 720 billion yuan ($102.89 billion) in special treasury bonds as of July 16, accounting for 72% of the planned issuance that could be completed by the end of July

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Moody's Revised Forecasts Highlight No Growth In Japan, Slower Growth In China

Moody's forecast for Chinese real GDP growth at less than 5 per cent assumes that normalisation of economic activity will take time.

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China's Passenger Car Sales Tumble 92% In First Half Of February Due To Virus Outbreak

China's auto market is likely to see sales slide more than 10% in the first half of the year due to the coronavirus epidemic, and around 5% for the whole year, provided the epidemic is effectively contained.

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Coronavirus Seen Shaving 0.2% Points Off Japan's 2020 GDP Growth

Core consumer inflation, which excludes volatile fresh food costs, is expected to be 0.6% in the current fiscal year and be at 0.5% the following year, the poll found, far below the BOJ's 2% inflation target.

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Chinese Economy Clobbered By Coronavirus But Set To Recover Soon

China's share of the global economy has quadrupled to 16% since the SARS outbreak, so any major disruption to economic activity is likely to have a bigger impact on the world economy now.

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Coronavirus Likely To Hurt Euro Zone, UK Growth - S&P Global

Should the coronavirus peak in March, as is currently assumed, the shock to the European economy is likely to be felt mostly in the first quarter of the year, S&P said, although sectors like tourism could take more time to recover.

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Sleeping Giant Awakens? Downside Risks For Euro Grow

The U.S. economy is outperforming its European counterpart while the impact of the coronavirus on the Chinese economy and consequently the German economy, Europe's powerhouse, has yet to show up in data.

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China's Central Bank Vows To Step Up Support For Virus-Hit Economy

The People's Bank of China is closely watching the impact of the outbreak on the world's second-largest economy, and is preparing policy tools to offset the pressure, Vice Governor Pan Gongsheng told a news briefing on Friday.

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Wall Street Recovery Continues On China Stimulus Measures

China injected 1.7 trillion yuan ($242.74 billion) via reverse repos on Monday and Tuesday, helping Chinese stocks reverse some losses and lifting the world equity index.

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