Chinas foreign trade rises 7.7% in first five months
A container is being lifted at the Port of Qingdao in Qingdao city, east Chinas Shandong province, 26 June 2012. Chinas foreign trade rose 14.1% year on year to US$343.58 billion in May, rebounding from the 2.7% growth registered in April, with imports rising 12.7% to US$162.44 billion, according to customs data. The total trade in the first five months rose 7.7% on year to US$1,510.8 billion.
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