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Monthly trade balance of goods in China from January 2018 to January 2019 (in billion U.S. dollars)

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Trade balance of goods in China by month January 2019 The graph shows China's monthly trade balance of goods from January 2018 to January 2019. In January 2019, the trade surplus of China had amounted to about 39.16 billion U.S. dollars. A positive value implies a trade surplus, a negative trade balance implies a trade deficit.
International trade in China – additional information

China surpassed the United States as the worlds’ largest goods trading economy in 2013. The total value of China’s imports and exports had amounted to around four trillion U.S. dollars in 2013, a 7.6 percent increase from a year earlier.
China has become a vital trade partner for many economies. In 2017, almost 22 percent of the United States’ imports had originated in China. Germany’s exports to China exceeded exports to the UK and Italy in 2017, as was reported by the CIA.

A trade surplus occurs when exports of a country exceed its imports. It leads to a net inflow of domestic currency from foreign countries. The trade balance is a major growth factor for an economy. As a consequence of running a large trade surplus, China holds a vast amount of foreign exchange reserves. Foreign exchange reserves may be viewed as a sign of national strength, but also represent a form of forced savings on the people. China used to be the largest surplus economy in the world. However, it was replaced by Germany in 2013, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
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The graph shows China's monthly trade balance of goods from January 2018 to January 2019. In January 2019, the trade surplus of China had amounted to about 39.16 billion U.S. dollars. A positive value implies a trade surplus, a negative trade balance implies a trade deficit.
International trade in China – additional information

China surpassed the United States as the worlds’ largest goods trading economy in 2013. The total value of China’s imports and exports had amounted to around four trillion U.S. dollars in 2013, a 7.6 percent increase from a year earlier.
China has become a vital trade partner for many economies. In 2017, almost 22 percent of the United States’ imports had originated in China. Germany’s exports to China exceeded exports to the UK and Italy in 2017, as was reported by the CIA.

A trade surplus occurs when exports of a country exceed its imports. It leads to a net inflow of domestic currency from foreign countries. The trade balance is a major growth factor for an economy. As a consequence of running a large trade surplus, China holds a vast amount of foreign exchange reserves. Foreign exchange reserves may be viewed as a sign of national strength, but also represent a form of forced savings on the people. China used to be the largest surplus economy in the world. However, it was replaced by Germany in 2013, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
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Release date
February 2019
Region
China
Survey time period
January 2018 to January 2019
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Figures have been rounded to provide better presentation of the statistic.
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