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China Full-Year Trade Surplus May Be $170 Billion, Customs Says

October 12, 2011

Oct. 13 (Bloomberg) -- China’s trade surplus for the full year may be $170 billion, Lu Peijun, vice minister at the customs bureau, said today, citing estimates from the agency.

Exports may climb 18 percent to $1.86 trillion and imports may grow 21 percent to $1.69 trillion, he said at a briefing in Beijing.

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