China Export Drop Limits Recovery; Food Stokes InflationBloomberg News
China’s exports unexpectedly fell in September and inflation jumped on food prices, signaling constraints on the nation’s recovery as Premier Li Keqiang seeks to sustain growth without adding monetary stimulus.
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