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China extended its impressive trade performance in April, with exports unexpectedly accelerating and import growth hitting a decade high, in a boost to the world’s second-largest economy.
A surprisingly sharp slowdown in Chinese economic activity and a rapid Taliban takeover in Afghanistan helped drive global shares lower on Monday.
China on Friday set a modest annual economic growth target, at above 6%, and pledged to create more jobs in cities than last year, as the world’s second-biggest economy planned a careful course out of a year disrupted by COVID-19.
China’s economic recovery quickened sharply in the first quarter to record growth of 18.3% from last year’s deep coronavirus slump, propelled by stronger demand at home and abroad and continued government support for smaller firms.
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, on Tuesday met Audrey Azoulay,
The Republic of Gabon on Monday agreed a landmark agreement at Expo 2020 Dubai to promote trade, investments and economic cooperation between African state and the Republic of India.
The total value of UAE’s non-oil trade over the past 50 years stood at Dhs18.3 trillion ($5 trillion), including Dhs11.8 trillion in imports, Dhs2.2 trillion in non-oil exports,