Background: The General Administration of Customs shows China's foreign trade growth slowed in July. Analysts say the slower pace is due to the falling demand both at home and internationally. Full story >>
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For more details, joining us is professor Liu Baocheng from the University of International Business and Economics.
Q1. Trade data for July was quite positive. Is this a sign of a steady economic recovery?
Q2. How is the external environment affecting China's foreign trade, as well as the overall economic growth at present?
Q3. Some analysts say import volume for July was below expectations, indicating weaker domestic demand. What do you think about that?