CHINA: Automotive exports rise as imports fall in first half
During the January-June 2005 period, China exported $US4.877 billion worth of automobiles, components and spare parts, a year-on-year increase of 38.3%, while automobile exports of 378,800 units were nearly 143% that of the corresponding period of 2004, the Xinhua News agency said on Monday, citing a Peoples Daily report.
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