Trade between Mozambique and China rises to US$707 million in first half

21 August 2013

Trade between Mozambique and China totalled US$707.89 million in the first six month of the year, which was a rise of 10.66 percent year on year, according to figures published in Macau by the Chinese Customs Service.

Between January and June of this year Mozambique imported goods from China worth US$532.39 million (+22.61 percent) and exported good to China worth US$175.5 million (-14.59 percent).

Trade between China and Cape Verde, Guinea Bissau, Timor-Leste (East Timor) and Sao Tome and Principe in the first half totalled US$53.82 million. However, China did not import even a single cent’s worth of goods from either Cape Verde or Sao Tome and Principe in the period. (macauhub)

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