China’s exports grew by 18.1 per cent in December from a year earlier, while imports grew by 6.5 per cent. Photo: Bloomberg China’s exports grew by 18.1 per cent in December from a year earlier, while imports grew by 6.5 per cent. Photo: Bloomberg
China’s exports grew by 18.1 per cent in December from a year earlier, while imports grew by 6.5 per cent. Photo: Bloomberg
China economy

China’s trade surplus hits record in December to end year in which it exported 40 masks per person around world

  • December figures show China’s exports and imports both stronger than expected amid a global winter wave of coronavirus outbreaks, and trade surplus with United States rose again in 2020
  • From March to the end of last year, China exported US$67.82 billion worth of materials related to pandemic prevention and control

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China’s exports grew by 18.1 per cent in December from a year earlier, while imports grew by 6.5 per cent. Photo: Bloomberg China’s exports grew by 18.1 per cent in December from a year earlier, while imports grew by 6.5 per cent. Photo: Bloomberg
China’s exports grew by 18.1 per cent in December from a year earlier, while imports grew by 6.5 per cent. Photo: Bloomberg
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