China Exports Holding Up Quite Well, BofA’s Qiao Says

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Jun.07 — Helen Qiao, head of Asia Pacific economics and chief Greater China economist at BofA Global Research, discusses the outlook for China’s economy and currency.

China’s exports continued to surge in May, although at a slower pace than the previous month, fueled by strong global demand as more economies around the world opened up. Imports soared, boosted by rising commodity prices. Qiao speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: Asia.” (She spoke before the trade figures were announced)

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