China’s southernmost Hainan province imported 102 million U.S. dollars worth of goods in border trade in the first 10 months of this year, a 43.4-percent year-on-year growth, the local customs house said Tuesday.
 
This was the first time that the province’s imports in border trade exceeded the 100-million-U.S. dollars mark over past 17 years, and the amount surpassed that for the whole of last year.
 
The top two imports were coconut shell fiber and anthracite.
 
 

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