Hainan import & export value up 6.7% in H1 of 2010
The import and export value in Hainan Province climbed 6.7% year on year to US$ 4.46 billion in the first half of this year, according to statistics from the Haikou Customs.
The province's exports jumped 33.9% year on year to US$ 1.03 billion in the first six months, while its imports rose 0.6% to US$ 3.43 billion.
In the first half, Hainan imported US$ 2.11 billion worth of crude oil, 51.3% more than in the same period of last year. The imports of wood chips and paper pulp increased by a factor of 2.5 to US$ 160 million.
Hainan's exports of oil products jumped 84.8% year on year to US$ 320 million during the period, accounting for 31.4% of the total exports.
The province exported US$ 190 million worth of aquatic products and US$ 180 million worth of natural gas in the first six months.
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