Exports increased 1% y/y in July.

By bne IntelliNews August 13, 2012
China's exports increased 1% y/y recording USD 176.9bn in July this year, as compared to the growth of 11.3% y/y registered in June. As reported by Indo-Asian News Service, the country's imports grew 4.7% y/y registering USD 151.8bn during the period, as compared to the increase of 6.3% y/y posted in June. The country's trade surplus reduced 16.8% y/y registering USD 25.2bn during the period, taking the combined trade surplus to USD 94.1bn for the first seven months of the year.

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