China’s foreign trade took a turn in April with both exports and imports performed weaker.
Exports rose a little more than four percent, while imports fell nearly six percent.
That’s compared with a nearly 20 percent growth in exports and much narrower decline in imports in March.
Weak global demand and shaky recovery in domestic demand are attributed.
For more on China’s foreign trade, CCTV America’s Rachelle Akuffo spoke to Yukon Huang, senior associate in the Carnegie Asia Program.