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  • E.China's Kunshan reports surging foreign trade in 2021

    Kunshan city in east China's Jiangsu Province reported a 22.8 percent year on year surge in import and export volume of 106.61 billion U.S. dollars in 2021, hitting a record high and ranking first among cities and county in China, according to local customs.


  • Xinjiang port sees surging export of Christmas products

    Horgos port, a border port in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, has handled a surging amount of Christmas products on China-Europe freight trains this year, according to the port's customs.


  • Chinese mitten crabs exported to Africa

    Chinese mitten crabs weighing 438 kilograms were on Wednesday exported by air to Nairobi, capital of Kenya. It was China's first export of the species to an African country.


  • China-Europe freight train facilitates smooth Christmas exports

    A special China-Europe freight train carrying Christmas goods is on the way to Germany's Duisburg, from where the shipment will be dispatched to other European countries including Poland, Belgium, Sweden, France, and the Netherlands.


  • Across China: Grilled eel exporters resume exports to Russia

    A batch of 18 tonnes of frozen grilled eels has recently been packed and delivered from Ganzhou City, east China's Jiangxi Province, to Russia, resuming the local export suspended since the outbreak of COVID-19 one and a half years ago.


  • A China-Europe freight train for cross-border e-commerce exports debuts in Xuzhou, Jiangshu

    A China-Europe freight train chartered for sending local enterprises’ exports of cross-border e-commerce goods departed from Xuzhou City in east China’s Jiangsu Province to Europe on Sunday.


  • Chinese automakers further speed up going overseas

    Chinese automakers have further accelerated the pace of going abroad since the start of this year, exporting a significantly increasing number of cars to overseas markets, the Xinhua-run Economic Information Daily reported on Friday.


  • Kenya plans to boost horticulture exports to China

    Kenya is seeking to increase its horticulture exports to China in order to boost its revenues, the industry said on Monday.


  • Italian regions of Emilia-Romagna, Veneto team up to export to Vietnam

    In 2019, about 800 Emilia-Romagna-based companies exported to Vietnam, where some of them directly operate.


  • Philippines' exports up 72.1 pct in April with China being top export destination

    The Philippines' exports increased by 72.1 percent in April, reaching 5.71 billion U.S. dollars from 3.32 billion U.S. dollars in the same month last year, the country's Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) said on Wednesday.


  • China remains strong export market for New Zealand despite COVID-19: statistics

    As New Zealand's top trade partner for the past four years, China accounted for approximately 23 percent of New Zealand's total trade in the year to March 2021, compared to 19 percent last year, the statistics department Stats NZ said on Wednesday.


  • Thailand embraces increasing exports and imports

    According to the Trade Policy and Strategy Office of the Ministry of Commerce, Thailand saw an export value of 21,429.27 million US dollars in May, up 13.09 percent from last year, thanks to the progress of global vaccination and economic stimulus policies of various countries.


  • First direct shipment of Cambodian mangoes arrives in China's Guangxi

    The first batch of fresh mangoes exported from Cambodia directly to China arrived at the Qinzhou Port in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region on Friday.


  • China's "smelly" specialty instant food registers rising exports in January-April

    Luosifen rice noodles, a specialty instant food known for its pungent smell originated from south China's Liuzhou City registered rising exports in the first four months of the year, according to the local customs.


  • China tops list to realize Nepal's export potential: World Bank

    Nepal has the potential of exporting 12 times higher than its existing annual exports, with the highest potential of boosting exports to China, the World Bank said in a report released on Monday.


  • Chinese market offers Rwanda good opportunity for chili export

    A protocol related to exporting dried chili from Rwanda to China, which was signed on Thursday, offers a good market opportunity to Rwanda in terms of expanding its chili exports, a Rwandan official said Friday.


  • Export to Domestic Sales Promotes Dual Circulation

    Since 2020, affected by the COVID-19 epidemic, China's foreign trade is facing unprecedented difficulties. Promoting export to domestic sales has become a realistic choice for foreign trade enterprises.


  • German exporters benefit from China's good economic situation: ifo Institute

    Sentiment of Germany's manufacturing industry "improved noticeably" as the ifo index for export expectations rose from 7.5 points in the previous month to 10.7 points in February, the ifo Institute said on Tuesday.


  • Cambodia's milled rice export to China up 16.6 pct last year: agriculture minister

    Cambodia exported 289,439 tons of milled rice to China in 2020, up 16.6 percent from 248,105 tons in the year before, Agriculture Minister Veng Sakhon said on Friday.


  • China's steel exports rise for third consecutive month in November

    China's steel firms registered a third consecutive monthly increase in exports in November, driven by rebounding demand in overseas markets, according to the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.


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