China’s trade balance narrowed to US$58.93 billion, from US$62.33 billion in July. This shows that the gap between export growth and import growth remains significant, but is narrowing. Photo: Xinhua China’s trade balance narrowed to US$58.93 billion, from US$62.33 billion in July. This shows that the gap between export growth and import growth remains significant, but is narrowing. Photo: Xinhua
China’s trade balance narrowed to US$58.93 billion, from US$62.33 billion in July. This shows that the gap between export growth and import growth remains significant, but is narrowing. Photo: Xinhua

China’s exports boomed in August, as trade surplus with the US widened by 27 per cent

  • China’s exports grew by 9.5 per cent in August, while imports shrank by 2.1 per cent, as the country’s overall trade surplus narrowed
  • China’s trade surplus with the United States widened by 27 per cent compared to a year earlier, despite vowing to buy more US products

Topic |   China trade
China’s trade balance narrowed to US$58.93 billion, from US$62.33 billion in July. This shows that the gap between export growth and import growth remains significant, but is narrowing. Photo: Xinhua China’s trade balance narrowed to US$58.93 billion, from US$62.33 billion in July. This shows that the gap between export growth and import growth remains significant, but is narrowing. Photo: Xinhua
China’s trade balance narrowed to US$58.93 billion, from US$62.33 billion in July. This shows that the gap between export growth and import growth remains significant, but is narrowing. Photo: Xinhua
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