Hong Kong’s Exports Fall 13th Straight Month As Nightmare Year Winds Down

I'm not sure you can call it "good" news, but Hong Kong's exports contracted less than expected in November, even as shipments fell for a 13th consecutive month. The decline was just 1.4% last month, the government said Monday. That's far better than the 6.2% contraction consensus expected. Imports fell 5.8%, also a shallower drop than 7 economists polled by Bloomberg were looking for. Still, the 13-month slide in exports is a reminder of just how dire the situation is in the city, where pr

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