China Trade Growth Slowing

December 27th, 2010
in Background

China Economic Review:  China's foreign trade growth will likely slow to about 10% in 2011 compared with the 30% growth recorded this year, state media reported, citing commerce ministry sources.

Follow up:

 Speaking separately, Commerce Minister Chen Deming said that although foreign trade growth is expected to slow, Beijing will work to increase the level of imports next year to trim the country's trade surplus. "China will pay more attention to boosting imports to help balance foreign trade, while the nation aims to stabilize exports and grow its share in the global market," Chen said.  Read more......









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