BEIJING —China's exports in January surged beyond expectations, indicating that fears of a slowdown in the world's second-largest economy may be fading.
On Friday, the Chinese government released a raft of trade data suggesting that earlier signs of economic rebound in China were not an aberration. Leading the figures, China's foreign trade in January grew by 26.7 percent over the same month last year, following much more moderation growth of 10.1 percent year-on-year in December, according to the country's General Administration of Customs. Exports rose by 25 percent, while imports were up by 28.8 percent the customs agency said, boosting the level of overall foreign trade growth.
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