Chinese int'l trade increases in Jan.-Mar. amidst constant social, economic improvement
( MENAFN ) During the first three months of this year, Chinese international trade climbed as the nation achieved constant advancement in coronavirus prevention and control, together with economic and social improvement.
The General Administration of Customs (GAC) reported that China's overall imports and exports of commodities rose 29.2 percent annually to 8.47 trillion yuan (around USD1.29 trillion) in the stated period.
Exports climbed 38.7 percent from the prior year and imports increased 19.3 percent in yuan terms. The trade surplus grew 690.6 percent to hit around USD116,14 billion.
General trade, including longer output chains and better indicating China's manufacturing capability, jumped 32 percent annually to about USD793 billion, taking a larger share in the overall trade of commodities.
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