China exports surge in 2021 as global demand picks up


China’s quick rebound from the coronavirus in the past two years have allowed factories to operate and feed global appetite for electronics and medical supplies, resulting in a 29.9% spike in exports while imports grew 30.1% in 2021. – EPA pic, January 14, 2022.

CHINESE exports surged in 2021 on solid global demand as countries reopened from pandemic lockdowns, data showed today, bumping its overall trade surplus to a new high and providing a much-needed boost to the stuttering economy, but officials warned of headwinds.

The world’s second-biggest economy saw a quick rebound from the coronavirus in the past two years – after cases first surfaced in a central city in late 2019 – allowing factories to operate and feed global appetite for electronics and medical supplies.


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