China’s trade surplus surged to US$75.42 billion last month, from US$58.44 billion in October as export growth outstripped imports again. Photo: Xinhua China’s trade surplus surged to US$75.42 billion last month, from US$58.44 billion in October as export growth outstripped imports again. Photo: Xinhua
China’s trade surplus surged to US$75.42 billion last month, from US$58.44 billion in October as export growth outstripped imports again. Photo: Xinhua
China trade

China trade: exports surge to record levels, as coronavirus lockdowns return to the West

  • In November, China’s exports grew by 21.1 per cent from a year earlier, representing the biggest export haul by US dollar value on record
  • China’s factories continue to benefit from lockdowns elsewhere in the world, with exports growing for the sixth month in a row

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China’s trade surplus surged to US$75.42 billion last month, from US$58.44 billion in October as export growth outstripped imports again. Photo: Xinhua China’s trade surplus surged to US$75.42 billion last month, from US$58.44 billion in October as export growth outstripped imports again. Photo: Xinhua
China’s trade surplus surged to US$75.42 billion last month, from US$58.44 billion in October as export growth outstripped imports again. Photo: Xinhua
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