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China's final Q2 current account surplus at US$50.9b: FX regulator

[BEIJING] China posted a final current account surplus of US$50.9 billion in the second quarter, compared with a preliminary surplus of US$52.9 billion, the foreign exchange regulator said on Thursday.

For the April-June period, China recorded a US$400 million deficit in its capital and financial account, versus a preliminary deficit of US$52.9 billion, the State Administration of Foreign Exchange said on its website.

For the first half this year, China's final current account surplus stood at US$69.3 billion while the capital and financial account deficit was at US$38.9 billion.


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