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Fewer imports in Q1 point toward decreased exports in Q2; HK regulators warn about ‘complex lending transactions’

SinoInsight 1 In Q1 2019, China imported $166.025 billion worth of goods, or 4.8 percent less from the same period last year, according to China’s customs administration. Imports of electronic components, and fabricating equipment saw steep declines: Metal work machine tools (quantity of goods: -48.7 percent; value of goods: -25.1 percent) Machines and devices for …

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