A U.S. cargo ship is seen at Yangshan Deep-Water Port, an automatic cargo wharf, in Shanghai on April 9, 2018.
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China’s dollar-denominated exports beat expectations to rise 9.5% year-over-year in August, information from the nation’s Normal Customs Administration confirmed on Monday.
China’s US dollar-denominated imports fell 2.1% yoy in August.
Economists interviewed by Reuters had anticipated exports to extend 7.1% yoy in August, in comparison with a 7.2% improve in July, whereas imports are prone to be 0.1% yoy in August, which is a This corresponds to a lower of 1.4% in July.
China recorded a commerce surplus of $ 58.93 billion in August, surpassing the $ 50.50 billion anticipated by economists. China’s commerce surplus was $ 62.33 billion in July.
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