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China's trade deficit for the year's first two months was $4.1B, less scary than the...

China's trade deficit for the year's first two months was $4.1B, less scary than the (holiday-influenced) $31.5B for February reported over the weekend, but still the worst performance since 2004. Other data suggest continued slowing export growth. "The world's factory is running short of orders," writes Tom Orlik.
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    Major correction coming in the Shanghai FTSE
    12 Mar 2012, 10:26 AM Reply Like
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