China’s exports grew 9% year-on-year in September, in yuan terms, an acceleration from the 6.9% gain in August, data released by the General Administration of Customs shows.
China’s exports have now grown for seven consecutive months.
Meanwhile, imports in September expanded 19.5% in yuan terms from a year ago, compared to a 14.4% rise in July.
The world’s second biggest economy recorded a trade surplus of CNY193 billion (USD29.3 billion), down from CNY 286.5 billion in August.
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