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China Exports Rebounds In March

China's exports rebounded strongly in March, but imports fell further, official customs data showed Friday.

The exports rose 14.2 percent year-on-year in March, reversing a 20.8 percent decline in February. Economists had expected a 6.5 percent rise.

Imports dropped 7.6 percent annually in March, following a 5.2 percent fall in the previous month. Economists had expected the imports to rise to 0.2 percent.

The trade surplus rose to $32.64 billion in March from $4.08 billion in February. Economists had forecast a surplus of $5.7 billion.

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