China economy: A gloomy start to 2019

Chinese exports have fallen to the lowest point in two years, while imports are also down.

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    The trade dispute between China and the United States is taking its toll on the world’s largest economy.

    China’s exports have fallen to their lowest point in two years while imports are also down.

    The two countries are midway through a 90-day truce to find a solution to their trade war.

     

    Al Jazeera's Katrina Yu reports from Beijing


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