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Section: Business News - A strong rebound in China's exports and imports continued in January with fresh signs of recovery in global and domestic markets.
However, analysts said escalating trade disputes may pose a threat to the overall recovery.
China's exports jumped 21 percent from a year earlier to US$109.4 billion last month, further improving from a rise of 17.7 percent in December, the General Administration of Customs said yesterday.
Imports proved a surprise, surging 85.5 percent year on year to US$95.3 billion in January, up from a climb of 55.9 percent the previous month.
As a result, the trade surplus narrowed to US$14.1 billion from …