China's trade surplus registered USD 29.2bn in January

By bne IntelliNews February 11, 2013
China's trade surplus was registered at USD 29.2bn in January this year, as compared to a surplus of USD 31.6bn posted in December last year. As reported by Dow Jones Global Equities News, the country's exports increased 25% y/y during the period, as compared to the growth of 14.1% y/y registered in December. The country's imports grew 28.8% y/y during the period, as compared to the increase of 6% y/y posted in December.

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