Evans Chamberlain Asset Management - The Trump administration is calling for China to reduce its trade surplus with the United States by $100 billion.
Hamilton Crawford comments as Germany posts biggest annual growth since 2011.
Morgan Newfield comment as Britain's inflation exceeds wage growth and BoE looks set to increase rates sooner than expected.
Burton Mills economists say that if growth in its imports continues, China could become the world's largest importer by 2022.
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Hamilton Crawford comments as China experiences impressive growth in imports and exports in spite of predictions of an economic slowdown.