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Dow Jones Newswires: China’s first-half exports rise 13.2% in yuan terms


China’s exports rose 13.2% in the first half of the year in yuan terms from the year-ago period, accelerating from an 11.4% increase recorded in the first five months, according to data released Wednesday by the General Administration of Customs.

Imports rose 4.8% in the first half in yuan terms, picking up from a 4.7% increase in the January-May period, the customs bureau said.

It also said foreign trade sped up in May and June, and imports and exports combined rose 14.3% from a year earlier in June, up from a 9.5% increase in May.

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