TABLE-China’s Sept trade with United States, EU, other key economies

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    BEIJING, Oct 13 (Businesshala) - China's export growth unexpectedly accelerated in
September, as solid global demand offset some of the pressure on factories from power
shortages, supply bottlenecks and a resurgence of domestic COVID-19 cases.

    Outbound shipments in September jumped 28.1% from a year earlier, up from a 25.6%
gain in August. Analysts polled by Businesshala had forecast growth would ease to 21%.
    China's imports rose 17.6%, lagging an expected 20% gain in a Businesshala poll and
33.1% growth the previous month.
    Following is a breakdown of China's exports and imports with its biggest trade
partners in September.
    
 Sept         Exports    Imports  Balance    Exports  Imports    Exports    Imports
              ($bln)     ($bln)   ($bln)     +/- %    +/- % y/y  +/- % m/m  +/- % m/m
                                             y/y                            
 Japan             14.4     18.1       -3.7    15.2%       5.5%       3.5%       8.3%
 South Korea       12.7     19.9       -7.2    27.9%      13.3%      -3.9%       7.2%
 Taiwan             6.7     24.0      -17.2    26.6%      13.4%       1.1%       4.8%
 European          44.5     26.0       18.5    28.6%       1.1%      -3.8%       2.8%
 Union                                                                      
 USA               57.4     15.4       42.0    30.6%      16.6%      11.0%       9.7%
 Australia          6.0     15.0       -9.1    23.8%      50.7%       1.6%     -17.0%
 ASEAN             40.4     36.2        4.2    17.3%      17.3%       2.2%      10.4%
 
 (Reporting by Stella Qiu and Ryan Woo; Editing by Amy Caren Daniel)
  
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