ReutersBEIJING– Chinas economy was buoyed by strong exports last year, but that increase is waning.The nations customs company said Tuesday that in dollar terms, exports rose 30.6% in March from a year ago, missing out on expectations for development of 35.5%. Chinas exports fell by 13.6% in the very first quarter of last year in the middle of a GDP contraction of 6.8%, according to data accessed through Wind Information.Nomura experts expect export development to decrease to 10% to 15% in April, with a more substantial slowdown in the 2nd half of the year.International e-commerceIn another indication of limitations to trades capability to contribute to nationwide development, cross-border e-commerce in between China and other nations showed soft performance in the very first quarter.The new, internet-driven trend contributed 419.5 billion yuan ($64.5 billion) to trade in the first three months of the year. That marked simply under 5% of Chinas trade throughout that time– little bit altered from the ratio of almost 5.3% for all of last year.While the very first quarter figures significant 46.5% development from a subdued base a year back, the worth of cross-border e-commerce trade in the first 3 months of the year was listed below last years quarterly average of 422.5 billion yuan.