SCIO briefing on China's imports and exports in 2017

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Speaker:
Mr. Huang Songping, spokesperson of the General Administration of Customs

Chairperson:
Xi Yanchun, vice director-general of the Press Bureau, State Council Information Office

Date:
Jan. 12, 2018

Xi Yanchun:

Ladies and gentlemen, good morning. Welcome to this press conference. Today, we are delighted to invite Mr. Huang Songping, the spokesperson for China's General Administration of Customs, to introduce China's import and export performance in 2017. He will also answer some of your questions.

Now, I will give the floor to Mr. Huang.

Huang Songping: 

Ladies and gentlemen, good morning. Welcome to this press conference. I'm glad to meet you again. First, I will make a brief introduction of China's import and export performance in 2017, and then I will answer some of your questions.

Last year, amid the moderate growth of the global economy, China witnessed stable economic growth, with a continuous rise in imports and exports. According to the Customs' statistics, last year, the import and export of the trade of goods rebounded after declining for two years, with the total volume registered at 27.79 trillion yuan, growing by 14.2 percent from the previous year. Specifically, the volume of exports and imports was respectively registered at 15.33 trillion yuan and 12.46 trillion yuan, growing by 10.8 percent and 18.7 percent from the previous year. The trade surplus was 2.87 trillion yuan, down by 14.2 percent. 

Let me explain in details. 

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