Dec. 18, 2012 (China Knowledge) - Northeast China's Jilin Province saw its foreign trade value grow 8.8% YoY to US$22.27 billion in the first eleven months of this year, source reported.
From January to November, the province saw its export value reach US$4.98 billion, up 8.3% from a year earlier, while its import value for the period grew 8.9% YoY to US$17.29 billion.
The value of foreign trade under processing trade amounted to US$1.64 billion in the eleven-month period, up 16.3% from a year earlier, while its foreign trade under general trade was US$18.84 billion, up 7.27% YoY.
Jilin's private enterprises generated US$1.65 billion in export value during the eleven-month period, 8.7% more than in the corresponding period of last year, while state-owned enterprises and foreign invested enterprises realized US$1.59 billion and US$1.35 billion in exports, up 13.9% and 3% YoY, respectively.
In the first eleven months, the Province's export to the Africa, the Oceania and the Latin America grew 50.8%, 104.6% and 106.38% YoY to US$240 million, US$330 million and US$320 million, respectively.