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Chinese exports jump 12.7% in November

9 December 2013 Last updated at 02:47 GMT

China's export growth accelerated in November adding to signs of a rebound in the world's second-largest economy.

Shipments rose 12.7% from a year ago, up from a 5.6% rise in October. Most analysts had forecast a growth of 7%.

But imports grew 5.3%, from a year earlier. That was down from October's growth of 7.6%.

Sharanjit Leyl asked Richard Jerram of Bank of Singapore what he made of the numbers.

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