CHINA: State-Owned Enterprises Remain Biggest Exporter
Figures released by Chinese customs officials have revealed that the country's state-owned enterprises are still the country's primary exporters of textile products. According to news agency Asia Pulse, the total of textile exports from the state-owned enterprises reached US$30.022bn during 2000, a 14.2 per cent increase on the figures for 1999. The US$30.022bn exported by the state-owned enterprises made up 57.6 per cent of the country's entire textile export figure.
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