Trade surplus increased to USD 16.52bn in December.

By bne IntelliNews January 11, 2012
China's trade surplus increased to USD 16.52bn in December last year, as compared to USD 14.53bn posted in November. As reported by Dow Jones Global Press Release Wire, according to the data released by the General Administration of Customs, exports increased 13.4% y/y during the period, as compared to the 13.8% gain posted in November, while imports grew 11.8% y/y during the period, as compared to the 22.1% gain posted in November. The trade surplus has not been shrinking very rapidly, likely owing to the recent stability in the European Union and the United States.

Trade surplus increased to USD 16.52bn in December.

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