China’s foreign trade increased strongly in May. As the Beijing customs authority announced on Monday, exports rose by 27.9 percent compared to May of the previous year to $263.9 billion (about €216.9 billion). Imports even increased by 51.1 percent – as strongly as they last did ten years ago. They now amount to $218.4 billion. There was already a plus of 43.1 percent in April.
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