China says exports and imports rose in the third quarter in yuan terms


Workers stand at the port of Qingdao, Shandong province, China June 10, 2019.


BEIJING — China’s exports rose 10.2% in the third quarter from a year ago in yuan-denominated terms, the national customs agency said Tuesday.

Imports rose 4.3% during that time, according to the data.

China is set to release U.S. dollar-denominated trade figures for September later on Tuesday.

Analysts polled by Reuters forecast a 10% increase in exports and a 0.3% rise in imports for September from a year ago, in U.S.-dollar terms.

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