China's trade balance surplus widened to $0.14 billion during the month of March, compared with a previous deficit of $7.30 billion in February, and the actual reading came better than the anticipated deficit of $3.35 billion.

Exports accelerated to 35.8% during the year ended March, from 2.4% a year earlier, and forecasts referred to 23.4%. On the other hand, imports (YoY) inclined 27.3% in March, compared with a previous 19.4% year earlier, while analyst's estimated of 20.6%.