Trade between China and Portuguese language countries grows 26.69% from January to September 2011

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Another one of these "trade between China and Portuguese language countries" articles in Portuguese, courtesy of data from Macau. The titles of two others I wrote about were:

Trade between China and Portuguese language countries grows 25% from the first half of 2010 to 2011

Trade between China and Portuguese language countries grows 45.07% from January 2010 to January 2011

This time you'll notice a drop in trade for some countries, which I'll highlight in red. Poor Portugal.

Commerce between China and the eight countries that use Portuguese as an official language increased by 26.69% over the first three trimesters of the year, reaching an amount of 86.427 billion dollars - according to official data given out by Macau.

According to official data from customs in China, from January to September the eight Portuguese-speaking countries sold $57.681 billion of goods to China and purchased goods costing $28.809 billion.

During this period Brazil, the principal trading partner of the eight countries, sold $38.330 billion (38.59% increase) and bought $24.075 billion (35.49% increase) from China.

Angola was second: $20.264 billion (34.09% more) sold to China, and bought $1.953 billion (decrease of 0.29%) of goods.

Portugal was next, selling $2.152 billion (15.99% decrease) and buying $818 million (49.58% decrease) of products from China.

Mozambique was in fourth place, selling $529 million (38.02% increase) and buying $153 million (22.39% increase) of goods from China.

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