Dec. 14, 2012 (China Knowledge) - East China's Zhejiang Province saw its foreign trade value decrease 2.5% YoY to US$25.98 billion in November this year, according to the latest statistics released by the Hangzhou Customs.
Last month, the province saw its export value reach US$18.43 billion, edge down 0.03% from a year earlier, while its import value for the month decreased 8% YoY to 7.55 billion.
In the first eleven months, the province's foreign trade hit US$284.97 billion, 1.3% more than in the corresponding period of last year.
The province saw its export value for the eleven-month period grow 3.9% YoY to US$204.74 billion, while its import value for the period hit US$80.23 billion, down 4.9% from a year earlier.
Private enterprises generated US$163.18 billion in foreign trade value in the first eleven months of this year, reflecting a YoY increase of 5.9%, which accounted for 57.3% of the province's total.