China posted a higher-than-expected US$9bn trade surplus in May, nearly doubling its trade surplus in April. May's exports rose 30% from a year earlier to US$58.43bn while imports grew 15% to US$49.44bn, according to government data. China's trade with its top three trading partners, the European Union, US and Japan, grew 24%, 25% and 10% respectively.
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