China''s foreign trade is expected to touch $2.1 trillion
in 2007, registering a growth of 23.6 per cent over
the year-earlier level of $1.76 trillion, according
to the ministry of commerce.
2006, China''s foreign trade stood at $1.76 trillion,
up 23.6 per cent year-on-year, ranking third in the
ranking third in world trade, saw its external trade
grow rapidly since the beginning of the year, the report
sales of machinery, electronics, textiles and clothing
and footwear posted sustained growth.
with major partners, including the EU, the US and Japan,
has increased continuously.
realised $457.7 billion in foreign trade in the first
quarter of this
year, up 23.2 per cent from a year earlier. The trade
surplus soared 99.4 per cent to $46.4 billion. The report
believes the overall environment is still favourable
for China''s foreign trade.