Container data highlights slowdown in China’s trade
Container volumes ex-China to north Europe continued to grow marginally in the first half of 2012 compared with the corresponding period last year.
The figures from UK-based consultancy Container Trade Statistics shed shipping-specific light on the China trade data that appeared last week, which showed that while Chinese exports are still rising, the rate of growth has plunged.
China’s exports in July were up...
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