November 10, 2010 at 07:06 AM EST
China Trade Surplus Grows to $27 Billion
China posted its second-largest trade surprlus of the year in October, giving further ammunition to critics who say that the country's currency should be stronger. The country's October exports were worth $27.15 billion more than its imports for the month, the largest figure for any month this year except July, MarketWatch reported. Sponsored Links adsonar_placementId=1505951;adsonar_pid=1990767;adsonar_ps=-1;adsonar_zw=242;adsonar_zh=252;adsonar_jv='ads.tw.adsonar.com'; Critics charge that China keeps the value of its... Continue reading China Trade Surplus Grows to $27 Billion China Trade Surplus Grows to $27 Billion originally appeared on DailyFinance on Wed, 10 Nov 2010 07:06:00. Filed Under: Economy , Credit , Currency Permalink | Tweet this! | Comments
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