Moscow. January 13. Chinese exports in December grew for the first time in six months, according to General administration of customs of the PRC.
Shipments abroad rose by 2.3% in Yaneva terms, after falling by 3.7% in November.
At the same time, the decline in imports in December was continued for the 14th consecutive month. The index decreased by 4% after declining 5.6% in November.
Experts surveyed by Bloomberg on average expected the decline in exports last month by 4.1% and the imports by 7.9%.
The balance surplus of China’s foreign trade in dollar terms last month increased to $60,09 billion, compared with $54.1 billion the previous month. Analysts predicted decrease to $51,3 billion.