5 January 2010
Imports from China peak
OTTAWA—The latest numbers from Statistics Canada say that exports looked to be picking up a little steam in September, but then limped again in October. Exports to the U.S. shrank back to $61.7 million, compared with $93.3 million last year. Imports from the U.S. topped $80 million, picking up some momentum since June. Imports from China peaked at $26.2 million, the highest of at least the last 24 months.
Exports 2009 2008
October $79.4 million $112.2 million
Year-to-date $820,987 million $1,037,394 billion

Imports 2009 2008
October $119.4 million $165.1 million
Year-to-date $1.112 billion $1.166 billion


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