HK's Imports, Exports Climb

Hong Kong's total exports and imports of goods in June climbed 26.7% and 31% year-on-year, a sign that advanced economies recovering gradually, reports the China Daily, citing the city's Census and Statistics Department.


The Daily notes that the value of total exports rose 26.7% to HK$267.6 billion ($34.45 billion) in June, after a year-on-year increase of 24.4% in May. For the same period, the value of imports grew 31% to HK$298.2 billion, up from the May figure of 29.7%.


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