China's exports surged more than 20 percent in February on-year despite the Lunar New Year holiday, according to the latest data, in another sign of recovery for the world's second-largest economy.
A man is seen cycling past a property development advertisement in Shanghai, on March 6, 2013. China's trade surplus narrowed month-on-month in February to $15.3 billion, the customs department said on Friday, in a month with fewer working days because of the Lunar New Year holiday.
The jump in exports helped China to record a surprise trade surplus of $15.3 billion in February, although it narrowed from $29.2 billion in January, the General Administration of Customs said in a statement.
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