In USD term, China’s exports rose 12.9% yoy to USD 200.4B in April. Imports rose 21.5% yoy to USD 171.6B. That gave to USD 28.8B in trade surplus. Year-to-date, exports rose 13.7% yoy to USD 745.7B, imports rose 19.6% to USD 668.9B, resulting in USD 76.8B in trade surplus.
Year-to-date, exports to the US rose 13.9% yoy to USD 135.9B while imports rose 11.6% yoy to USD 55.6B, resulting in USD 80.3B in surplus. That is, comparing with same period in 2017, China’s trade surplus to the US rose 15.6% yoy.
Year-to-date, exports to the EU rose 12.9% yoy to USD 121.9B while imports rose 20.1% yoy to USD 86.3B, resulting in USD 35.6B in surplus. That is, comparing with same period in 2017, China’s trade surplus to the EU dropped -1.4% yoy.
Also, year-to-date from January through April, total trade with the US rose 13.2% to USD 191.6B. Total trade with the EU rose 15.8% to USD 208.2B.
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