Farm products’ exports and imports increased 17.7% y/y in January-April.

By bne IntelliNews June 4, 2012
China's farm products exports and imports increased 17.7% y/y recording USD 54.66bn in the first four months of this year. As reported by Xinhua's China Economic Information Service, the exports grew 3.3% y/y registering USD 19.48bn, whereas the imports increased 27.6% y/y posting USD 35.18bn during the period. The country's trade surplus in farm products increased by 80.3% y/y recording USD 15.7bn during the period.
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