List of the largest trading partners of China
This is a list of the largest trading partners of the People's Republic of China.
'China developed a network of economic relations with both the industrial economies and those constituting the semi-periphery and periphery of the world system.' As Chinese economy growing so fast, China also have many trading partners in the world. All of them are important partners of China in trading and they all contributed to the development of Chinese economy, but the largest partners of China are always changing because of the alteration of policy or other reasons. This article will show you the largest partners of China in recent years.
The expansion of the Chinese economy grew 6.8% the last quarter of 2017, equaling the growth of the prior 3 months exceeding expectations of 6.7%. The overall economy expanded 6.9% last year, just beating the 6.7% of 2016 which ended a drought of a declining trend that started in 2011.
List of largest trading partners of China
The major Chinese trading partners for 2017 were as follows:
|No.||Country / Region||Total trade||Exports||Imports||Trade|
|19||United Arab Emirates||41.0||28.7||12.3||16.4|
China is the over ruling trading partner of many countries. The following tables are based on 2016 data as shown on the CIA World Factbook.
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