China's Relations with Arabia and the Gulf, 1949-1999

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Appendix

Table A.1 Value of China's trade with Iraq, 1950-1996 (in US$ million) (source: Editorial Board 1984:840; IMF 1990:134; IMF 1997:158)

Year

Exports

Imports

Total

1950

N/A

N/A

N/A

1951

N/A

N/A

N/A

1952

N/A

N/A

N/A

1953

N/A

N/A

N/A

1954

N/A

N/A

N/A

1955

0.01

N/A

0.01

1956

0.03

N/A

0.03

1957

0.25

N/A

0.25

1958

1.16

N/A

1.16

1959

4.44

3.93

8.37

1960

5.64

1.21

6.85

1961

5.05

3.52

8.57

1962

10.16

4.62

14.78

1963

10.42

7.19

17.61

1964

13.06

3.98

17.04

1965

13.98

7.25

21.23

1966

18.09

5.55

23.64

1967

14.75

6.64

21.39

1968

16.61

4.22

20.83

1969

18.86

4.53

23.39

1970

17.52

4.54

22.06

1971

20.22

4.13

24.35

1972

18.74

7.27

26.01

1973

16.85

4.74

21.59

1974

54.60

69.24

123.84

1975

65.48

117.84

183.32

1976

55.44

83.49

138.93

1977

83.67

23.02

106.69

1978

69.12

56.75

125.87

1979

134.69

48.57

183.26

1980

124.35

127.96

252.31

1981

199.95

3.81

203.76

1982

130.57

11.26

141.83

1983

35.00

11.00

45.00

1984

55.00

8.00

63.00

1985

128.00

7.00

135.00

1986

151.00

5.00

156.00

1987

74.00

1.00

75.00

1988

75.00

14.00

89.00

1989

66.00

73.00

139.00

1990

33.00

71.00

104.00

1991

N/A

N/A

N/A

1992

1.00

1.00

2.00

1993

5.00

1.00

6.00

1994

2.00

1.00

3.00

1995

N/A

1.00

1.00

1996

1.00

N/A

1.00

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