China Has Largest Trade Deficit Since 1989 as Imports Gain  10/03/2012

China reported its biggest trade deficit since at least 1989 in February as Europe’s debt crisis crimped exports and imports rebounded after a weeklong holiday. The shortfall was $31.5 billion, the customs bureau said on its website today. Imports rose 39.6 percent from a year earlier, after a 15.3 percent slump in January, while exports increased 18.4 percent, the bureau said. Data in the first two months are distorted by the timing of the Lunar New Year holiday, which fell in January this year and February in 2011...

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