BACKGROUND: China, US key statistics
Feb 14, 2012, 22:05 GMT
Washington - US exports to China grew from 19 billion dollars in 2001 to 92 billion dollars in 2010. US imports from China grew from 102 billion dollars in 2001 to 365 billion dollars in 2010.
The economies of China and the United States, the world's two largest economies, in numbers.
Population: 1.3 billion.
Gross domestic product: 11.3 trillion dollars.
2011 real GDP growth: 9.5 per cent.
Per capita GDP: 8,400 dollars.
Current account surplus: 280.6 billion dollars.
Exports: 1.9 trillion dollars; 18 per cent to US, China's largest export market.
Imports: 1.7 trillion dollars; 7.3 per cent from US, China's third-largest source of imports.
Population: 313 million.
Gross domestic product: 15 trillion dollars.
2011 real GDP growth: 1.5 per cent.
Per capita GDP: 48,100 dollars.
Current account deficit: 600 billion dollars.
Exports: 1.5 trillion dollars; 7.2 per cent to China, US' third-largest export market.
Imports: 2.3 trillion dollars; 19.5 per cent from China, US' largest source of imports.
Sources: 2011 CIA World Factbook, US-China Business Council.
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