Trade surplus registered at USD 19.6bn in November.

By bne IntelliNews December 11, 2012
China's trade surplus was posted at USD 19.6bn in November this year, due to low overseas demand. As reported by Agence France Presse, the country's exports grew 2.9% y/y recording USD 179.4bn, while the imports remained unchanged at USD 159.8bn during the period. The country's economy grew 7.4% y/y in the third quarter of the year, registering the lowest rate in the last three years.

Trade surplus registered at USD 19.6bn in November.

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