China’s 2017 trade surplus with the U.S. was $275.81 billion, the country’s customs data showed Friday, according to Reuters.By that data, last year’s surplus is a record high, the wire service reported. For comparison, the previous record was a surplus of $260.8 billion in 2015.The world’s second-largest economy had a surplus of $25.55 billion in December, data showed, compared to $27.87 billion in November.
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