Trade between China and Angola in the first four months of the year totalled US$12.067 billion, or 44.1 percent more than in the same period of 2010, according to official figures from the Chinese government. Between January and November China exported US$9.323 billion in goods to Angola and imported US$11.470 billion in products, which represent rises of 21.78 percent and 46.32 percent against the same period of 2011, respectively.
Angola continues to be China most important partner amongst Portuguese-speaking countries followed by Portugal, which had trade with China of US$1.237 billion, which was a rise of 2.79 percent against the first four months of 2011.
Between January and April China exported goods to Portugal worth US$745 million (18 percent less than in 2011) and imported US$492 million (67 percent more than in 2011).
Mozambique is the fourth Portuguese-speaking country in terms of trade with China. In the first four months of the year trade totalled US$359.7 million, which was a rise of 41.74 percent against the same period of 2011.