By  on December 10, 2008

GENEVA — Feeling the effects of the global economic slump, China’s exports are forecast to grow by 4.2 percent in volume next year compared with a projected increase of 10.1 percent for 2008, a World Bank report said.

From January through October, many key Chinese exports saw strong gains, with textiles up 20.6 percent to $55.3 billion. Apparel exports rose by 2.8 percent to $98.4 billion.

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