China’s Exports Defy Gloom Amid ‘Rampant’ Overseas Demand

China's exports hit another record in September, driven by holiday demand and surging prices, Beijing said Wednesday. Fears of a sharp deceleration in the world's second-largest economy are among the most pressing concerns on traders' long list of macro worries. China's worsening energy crunch prompted many banks to project a kind of lost quarter for China. Some continue to fret that Xi's "zero tolerance" COVID policy risks exacerbating global supply chain issues. Twice this year, China tempor
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