For the first half of 2021, China’s foreign trade value increased 27.1% on year to Yuan 18.07 trillion ($2.79 trillion), among which exports surged 28.1% on year to Yuan 9.85 trillion and imports up 25.9% on year, according to the data released by the country’s General Administration of Customs (GACC) on July 13, with the first two easing but just marginally from the growths over January-May.
The growths in both exports and imports appeared even more massive in US Dollar,
as the former jumped 38.6% on year and the latter soared 36% on year, with the total
up 37.4% on year, according to GACC’s other set of data in the foreign currency.
For June alone, China’s foreign trade value