Nov. 16, 2012 (China Knowledge) - China's Fujian
Province saw its foreign trade value increase 19.3% from a year earlier to US$15.55 billion in October this year, according the latest statistics released by the Fuzhou Customs.
Last month, the province saw its export value grow 23.8% YoY or 21.6% MoM to US$10.57 billion, while its import value rose 10.7% YoY but down 9.1% MoM to US$4.98 billion.
In the first ten month of this year, Fujian Province's foreign trade value increased 10.2% from a year earlier to US$126.82 billion.
Export value for the ten-month period hit US$79.73 billion, up 7.1% YoY, while the province's import value rose 16% from a year earlier to US$47.09 billion in the period.
Trade surplus for the first ten months amounted to US$32.64 billion.