China Notches Up Trade Deficit - is this a problem for the world economy?
China has notched up their largest trade deficit since 1989 last month as the European sovereign-debt turmoil dampened exports & imports. The shortfall was $US31.5 billion.
While China will still have a sizable trade surplus by the end of the year how will this hiccup affect world trade and the international economies, especially with some nations starting to emerge from the latest financial crisis?
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