China’s exports grew 12.7 percent to 1.24 trillion yuan (US$204.11 billion) in November from a year earlier, according to data released Sunday by the General Administration of Customs. It was the biggest amount ever, and some analysts attributed the increase partly to orders for the coming Christmas holiday. Imports were up 5.3 percent at 1.03 trillion yuan. For the 11 months to November, foreign trade excluding exchange factor increased 7.7 percent year on year to 23.43 trillion yuan, the customs administration said.
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