China’s exports to US surged in September

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BEIJING–China’s exports to the U.S. surged 16.6% in September from a year earlier, to 319.31 billion yuan ($46.34 billion), official data showed.

The country’s imports from the U.S. edged up 1.6% on-year in September, to CNY86.23 billion, Li Kuiwen, spokesman of the General Administration of Customs, said Friday at a briefing.

Mr. Li said China’s foreign trade growth will probably slow in the fourth quarter amid rising external uncertainties, particularly with regard to trade conflicts with the U.S.



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