China reported better-than-expected trade figures for the month of June as a recovery in global demand spurred exports.
In June, exports from the world’s second largest economy posted a 11.3 percent increase from a year ago and a 17.2 percent rise in imports over the same period in dollar terms, Reuters reported citing China’s General Administration of Customs.
That left China with the a trade balance of $42.77 billion for the month, higher than a Reuters poll forecast of $42.44 billion.
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