BEIJING China's exports fell 11.2 percent in January from a year earlier and imports tumbled 18.8percent, both far worse than expected, putting pressure on policymakers to take further action to put a floor under the slowing economy.
The fall in January exports marked the seventh straight month of decline, while the decline in imports was the 15th month.
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