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Foreign trade steady rise in the second half of the second half still need policy support
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According to customs statistics, in the first half of this year, China's total import and export of goods worth 11 trillion and 130 billion yuan, down 3.3% over the same period last year. But in the quarter, a quarter of a higher trend. Import and export, import and export values are negative growth in the first quarter, import and export in the two quarter, the value of exports is growing, the value of imports fell year on year narrowed.

In the first half, China's import and export, export and import value fell. Among them, in the first quarter, imports and exports, exports and imports fell by 6.9%, respectively, 5.7% and 8.4%. In the two quarter, import and export value increased by 0.1% and 1.2% respectively, showing positive growth; import value decreased by 1.2%, a decline of 7.2 percentage points lower than the first quarter.

Second half of foreign trade has positive factors are not optimistic about the factors, the basic maintenance of the upper and lower fluctuations in the first half of the trend, but the volatility is expected to be narrowed. However, this narrow fluctuation, is still in the bottom of stabilization, go down the space is not large.

In the first half of the country has introduced a lot of steady foreign trade measures, the country also need to continue to actively implement, including the closing of the unity of the network, etc.. In addition, the second half of the year should be more money to come up with some policies, such as increasing the export tax rebates, expansion of the pilot FTA etc..

Looking forward to the foreign trade situation, the first half of experts believe that under the joint efforts of all aspects, China's import and export trade in goods is expected to continue to develop along the steady trend.


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