Despite American bans on key products and sanctions on major companies, Xinjiang’s direct exports to the United States more than doubled in the first quarter of 2021 – a trend that has baffled analysts.Exports from the western Chinese region surged 113 per cent from a year earlier over the first three months to US$64.4 million, according to detailed data released by China’s customs agency. While shipments are coming off a low base due to the coronavirus pandemic ravaging Chinese and…



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