10 December 2010 06:35 [Source: ICIS news]
SHANGHAI (ICIS)--China’s exports in November jumped 34.9% year on year to $153.33bn (€116.53bn) as demand from overseas markets improved in tandem with the global economic recovery, China Customs said on Friday.
Last month's imports also showed a robust 37.7% growth to $130.43bn year on year as import volumes and prices increased, the customs bureau said
The total volume of foreign trade grew 36.2% year on year to $283.76bn in November, according to the data.
In January-November, China’s exports jumped 33% to $1,423.85bn, while imports increased 40.3% to $1,253.43bn year on year.
($1 = €0.76)
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