NEW YORK TheStreet -- The other day the Financial Times gave a rundown of statistics of all the things going right in China, like industrial output up 10% year on year, inflation low at 2% and retail sales were up 14.9%.The one disappointing number highlighted was exports, which grew at 2.9% versus 11.6% for the same period last year. Perhaps because of the data the Shanghai Composite Index has rallied 6% in the last week after what has previously been a lousy year.
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