German imports from and exports to China rose to $180 billion last year.
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German imports from and exports to China rose to 170 billion euros ($180 billion) last year, Federal Statistics Office figures reviewed by Reuters showed.The United States came in third with 165 billion euros.Britain accounted also for the biggest bilateral trade surplus: Exports surpassed imports from Britain by more than 50 billion euros, the figures showed.The United States came in second with a bilateral trade deficit: German exports to the U.S. surpassed imports from there by 49 billion euros.This means that Britain and the U.S. together accounted for roughly 40 percent of Germany's record trade surplus of 252.9 billion euros in 2016 .
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