"But imports were down 1.6 percent to $159.55 billion and the total foreign trade volume increased by three percent to $355.02 billion, Xinhua quoted the General Administration of Customs (GAC) as saying."
Beijing, June 8 - China's exports went up seven percent year-on-year to $195.47 billion in May, customs data showed Sunday.

But imports were down 1.6 percent to $159.55 billion and the total foreign trade volume increased by three percent to $355.02 billion, Xinhua quoted the General Administration of Customs (GAC) as saying.

Trade balance realized a surplus of $35.92 billion in May, the GAC said.


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