- Chinese exports and imports both slowed in November, running against the grain of other economic indicators that strengthened last month. Exports increased 2.9% year-on-year, down from an 11.6% pace in October. Imports were unchanged from a year earlier, slowing from a 2.4% increase in October.
- Other data from China revealed that industrial output and retail sales growth hit eight-month highs in November.
Print 09:28, 10 Dec 2012 - Economic commentary - Source: Xinhua
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