Although both exports and imports rebounded strongly in March, the former are still 5% below pre-pandemic levels whereas the latter are about 8% higher. As virus restrictions in other advanced economies are eased and demand rebounds, however, that gap should soon start to close.

Read the publication International Trade (Mar) on the Capital Economics Website.

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