China's export growth sped up in October in fresh evidence of a broader rebound for the world's second-largest economy, as a top official all but declared the country's slowdown over.
A container ship is docked at a Qingdao port in China's Shandong province. China's export growth accelerated in October in fresh evidence of a broader rebound for the world's second-largest economy just as the Communist Party grapples with how to boost recovery from a rare slowdown.
Exports rose 11.6 percent in October from a year earlier, the national customs bureau said Saturday, accelerating for a second straight month just as the Communist Party discusses how best to achieve sustainable economic growth.
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