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China’s November trade crushed expectations

China banged its latest batch of trade data on Friday.

Chinese dollar-denominated exports cause 12.3 percent year-over-year for the month of November, easily topping the 5 percent expected by a Reuters count.

Similarly, November’s dollar-denominated imports rose 17.7 percent against the year-ago days, compared to an 11.3 percent gain expected by a Reuters poll.

Total, China’s November trade surplus was $40.21 billion — above an believed surplus of $35 billion, Reuters said.

The country’s exports denominated in yuan, temporarily, rose 10.3 percent in November from a year earlier, the Non-specific Administration of Customs said.

Yuan-denominated imports rose 15.6 percent year-on-year in November, which bring about a trade surplus of 263.6 billion yuan.

This is a breaking expos story. Check back for updates.

—CNBC contributed to this check in.

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