13.10.2015 - Imports in China continued to decline

General Customs Administration of China issued a report that the trade surplus in the second largest economy in the world totaled 60.3 billion, which was 0.1 billion more than the previous figure and well above the expected 46.9 billion. A significant reduction in imports by 17.7% in September compared to the same period last year, is a key reason for the growth of surplus, but points to the growth of the risks associated with a slowing of the process of expansion of Chinese GDP. In the 4th quarter economic performance in China, according to our estimates could improve that with the expected stabilization of the markets will lead to the growth of stock indexes in the region.

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