Containers sit at the Yangshan Mooring in Shanghai, China, Aug. 6, 2019.
Aly Song | Reuters
BEIJING — China’s exports surged more than expected in April as pandemic demand for Chinese goods remained elevated amid countries’ varying stages of dealing with the coronavirus pandemic.
U.S. dollar-denominated exports rose 32.3% in April from a year ago, China’s customs intervention said Friday. That beat an estimate of 24.1% growth from analysts polled by Reuters.
Imports push 43.1% in U.S. dollar terms, also topping expectations of 42.5% growth, based on a Reuters poll.
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