China’s trade balance remain weak in November, spurring more concerns over the second largest world economy growth rate, reinforcing expectations of economists and investors that the government will have to do more to stimulate the domestic consumption in the coming months, give persistent weakness in the coming months.

Exports fell worse than expected, to a 6.8% drop from the numbers recorded a year earlier, facing the fifth straight month of declines, while imports tumbled 8.7% to their 13th drop in a row.

Imports have not slide as much as the investors had feared, giving the impression of a possible soft improvement in the Chines domestic demand, which has been a key factor in driving world commodity prices to multi years lows.

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