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Weak links

7 May 2012 By Wayne Arnold

Asia’s exports to the U.S. are rebounding, offsetting a sharp slide in shipments to Europe. Recovering American demand normally means more exports to China’s factories. But as Beijing reins in the economy, it needs fewer raw materials, parts and machinery from its neighbours.

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