China May Incur Trade Deficit in March

As it moves to bolster its middle class, China looks as if it may, for the first time in nearly a quarter century, incur a deficit with its US trade partner.

Chinese shares fell Tuesday as investors unloaded bank and property shares amid forecasts for a trade deficit in March that have raised uncertainties over the economic recovery.

via China shares fall on forecast of trade deficit in March, led by banks and developers | Markets | Market News | Canadian Business Online.

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