Shanghai, China, Oct 13 (EFE).- China’s international trade grew 15.4 percent year-on-year in September, according to official data published Wednesday.
The General Customs Administration said China’s exchanges with the rest of the world stood at 3.53 trillion yuan ($ 547.96 million) last month.
The Asian giant’s exports denominated in yuan increased by 19.9 percent ??compared to September 2020 to 1.98 trillion yuan.
Imports did the same by 10.1 percent, reaching a value of 1.55 trillion yuan.
The country’s trade surplus stood at 433,190 million yuan, an increase of 68.1 percent compared to September 2020.
Customs also published Wednesday the accumulated data since the beginning of the year, showing a growth in commercial exchanges with the rest of the world of 22.7 percent to 28.33 trillion yuan.
Exports grew 22.7 percent year-on-year as did imports at 22.6 percent from January and September. EFE