China's international trade in goods, services up 9 pct in June

BEIJING, July 29 (Xinhua) -- The export and import of China's international trade in goods and services in June hit 4.0984 trillion yuan, or 611.8 billion U.S. dollars, up 9 percent over the same time last year, the State Administration of Foreign Exchange said Friday.

Of the total, the export of goods recorded 2.0302 trillion yuan and the import recorded 1.5781 trillion yuan, resulting in a surplus of 452.1 billion yuan.

The export of services recorded 218.7 billion yuan and the import recorded 271.4 billion yuan, resulting in a deficit of 52.7 billion yuan.

In terms of the major items, the export and import of transport services, other business services, travel services, and telecommunications, computer and information services registered 188.3 billion yuan, 84.7 billion yuan, 62.3 billion yuan and 54.5 billion yuan respectively.

Editor: Su Dan
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