Hong Kong's exports were unpredictably jumped 11.5% during October from a year earlier, despite the negative impact of the unsolved Europe's debt crisis on the global demand along with China's exports slowdown and demand's modest-growth to the United States, Europe and Japan

Hong Kong's overseas shipments increased to HK$305.7 billion ($39.2 billion) after it was declined by 3% in September; also it exceeded economists' expectations of 1.9% gain, while Imports increased to 10.9 % last month from a year earlier, increasing the trade deficit to HK$23.1 billion.

Meanwhile, there are some speculations that Hong Kong's trade will be dragged into the global demand slowdown along with facing another contraction.