Chinese international trade soars September 10, 2010
China's exports rose 34.4 per cent in August from a year earlier and imports were up 35.2
per cent, the General Administration of Customs said today.
That left China with a trade surplus of $20 billion, compared with a surplus of $28.7 billion in July.
The median forecast of economists polled by Reuters was for exports to rise 35 per cent and imports to climb 26.1 per cent, with a projected trade surplus of $27.1 billion.
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