Hong Kong felt more pain from the US-China trade war in April when exports were revealed to have dropped by a worse-than-expected 2.6 per cent on the same time last year. It was the sixth month in a row they had fallen, with more trouble expected in the coming months.Imports fared even worse, down 5.5 per cent in April year on year, having contracted for five straight months, the Census and Statistics Department said on Monday.ING Greater China economist Iris Pang said the April figures were…


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