Foreign Trade Approaches US$800 Billion in the First half of 2006

July 2006
China Chemical Reporter;7/26/2006, Vol. 17 Issue 21, p7
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the export and import trade of China. The Customs General Administration announced that total import and export value of China reached US$795.7 billion in the first half of 2006. This represents an increase of 23.4% compared with the period of 2005. The total import and export value was US$148.12 billion, a year-on-increase of 21.3%. The export increased by 23.3% to US$81.31 billion while the import increased by 18.9% to US$66.81 billion.


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