The Chinese trade balance shrank in September to $ 31 billion after a record 49.83 billion dollars in August (47.30000000000 in July) and against economists' expectations for 41

The Chinese trade balance shrank in September to $ 31 billion after a record 49.83 billion dollars in August (47.30000000000 in July) and against economists’ expectations for 41.41 billion.

The Chinese trade balance shrank in September to $ 31 billion after a record 49.83 billion dollars in August (47.30000000000 in July) and against economists’ expectations for 41.41 billion. The surplus for the third quarter is still the highest ever for China. During the month, exports rose by 15.3% against the 12% consensus and 9.4% of marked progress in August. Imports grew by 7% after two consecutive months of decline (2.4% in August and 1.6% in July), against economists’ expectations for a decline of 2.0%.