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nnj minded largest trade fair in full swing in the southern city Guang Jo the biannual canton they're looking at the barometer for the world second largest economy but it's lost some of its bottle and not despite a weaker currency making Chinese goods cheaper abroad Reuters James potter explains why the mood is dragging we've spoken about a hundred exporters , foreign buyers from Europe and the U. S. they don't really placing lots of water dnmt disproving quite difficult for the Chinese many don't really sing thing recovering at all on until about six months at least down the line China and the world's biggest exporter since two thousand nine acquisition it now are just slightly during labor costs and a government trying to lean the economy off manufacturing there's a flip side for foreign buyers they get more bargaining power with angel exporters willing to cut prices in order to make a sale good news for consumers abroad looking to pinch pennies on market day