Chinese imports rise 14.1% year-over-year

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With these most recent numbers, evidently, Chinese economic data is on a tear.

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Suddenly, with last night's CPI and tonight's import data, it looks like there is real domestic consumption in China ( FXI , quote ) and more process priming the pump. Seasonally adjusted, Chinese imports are up over 20%.  Could this indicate a Chinese trade deficit? Unheard of, yet this DRA implies it could happen.




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