February 2014
BOFIT Weekly;2/14/2014, Issue 7, p2
Academic Journal
The article provides updates on China. China posted a large goods trade surplus in 2013 while its services trade deficit continued to widen on a steady rise in Chinese purchases of transport services and a rapid increase in Chinese tourism. Top-level officials met for China-Taiwan bilateral talks in Nanjing, China where they agreed to open up a regular dialogue on cross-straight relations. It notes an increase in trade surplus to nearly 32 billion U.S. dollars.


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