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  • China's Heilongjiang sees robust trade growth in Jan.-Oct.

    Northeast China's Heilongjiang Province saw its foreign trade in goods grow by 25.3 percent year on year to 161.5 billion yuan (about 25.3 billion U.S. dollars) in the first ten months of this year, local authorities said.


  • Interview: Upcoming CIIE to showcase post-pandemic trade opportunities, says expert

    Serbia's participation in the fourth edition of the CIIE will also promote bilateral trade between Serbia and China and play a role in the global economic recovery, Ladjevac said.


  • 25 Chinese trade cooperation zones set up in Africa

    A total of 25 Chinese economic and trade cooperation zones have been established in 16 African countries, said the China-Africa Economic and Trade Relationship Annual Report (2021) released Saturday.


  • China remains Africa's top trading partner for 12 years

    China had remained Africa's largest trading partner for 12 consecutive years by the end of 2020, despite the headwinds of the COVID-19 pandemic, said an official report.


  • Yunnan sees foreign trade up 51 pct in Jan-Aug

    Southwest China's Yunnan Province reported strong trade growth in the first eight months of this year.


  • Economic Watch: EU seeks new opportunities in western China

    In the 1st eight months of the yr, the trade volume between China and EU increased by 32.4 pct y-o-y. The annual trade volume is likely to set a new record to exceed 700 billion U.S. dollars, an official with the Chinese MOC said at the 16th EU-China Business and Technology Cooperation Fair Friday.


  • Trade between China, Africa rises 40.5 pct in first seven months

    Trade between China and Africa rose 40.5 percent year on year to 139.1 billion U.S. dollars in the first seven months of the year, Chinese Vice Commerce Minister Qian Keming said Friday.


  • Chinese vice premier calls for full preparations for services trade fair

    Chinese Vice Premier Hu Chunhua on Monday urged full preparations for the upcoming China International Fair For Trade in Services (CIFTIS), scheduled to take place in Beijing from Sept. 2 to 7.


  • China to accelerate negotiation progress of new FTAs, actively consider joining CPTPP: MOC

    China is accelerating the negotiation progress of new free trade agreements (FTAs) and is actively considering join the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), according to Wang Shouwen, vice Commerce Minister and Deputy China International Trade Representative told at the press conference on Monday.


  • China's cargo, container throughput rise in H1

    Cargo and container throughput at China's ports registered robust expansion in the first half of the year as the country strives to increase shipping space and container supply, according to the Ministry of Transport.


  • N. China's Tianjin sees trade with B&R countries up 12.3 pct on yr in Jan.-Apr.

    China's port city Tianjin saw its trade with Belt and Road (B&R) countries stand at 61.68 billion yuan during January-April, up 12.3 percent year on year, and accounted for 25 percent of the city's total foreign trade, according to the Tianjin Customs.


  • SW. China's Tibet sees foreign trade growth during January-April

    The foreign trade volume in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region reached 1.256 billion yuan during the January to April period this year, increased about 1.1 times over the same period of last year, according to local customs.


  • U.S.-China trade frictions need resolving for global well-being: analyst

    The trade disputes between the United States and China in the past few years have harmed global well-being and should be resolved as soon as possible, said David Brown, chief executive of New View Economics.


  • NW.China Shaanxi posts monthly record-high foreign trade in April

    Northwest China's Shaanxi Province posted a monthly record-high foreign trade at 39.22 billion yuan in April, local customs data showed recently.


  • Economic Watch: Turkey-China commerce moves forward despite pandemic

    China will extend some of its pro-employment policies until the end of this year, further facilitate flexible employment and increase financial support for sectors that continue to be impacted by the epidemic, according to a State Council executive meeting.


  • China remains biggest sales market for German raw timber in 2020

    China remained the biggest sales market for raw timber from Germany in 2020 as around half, or 6.4 million cubic meters, of total timber exports went to China, the Federal Statistical Office (Destatis) said on Monday.


  • Italy's trade with China surges in March

    Italy's trade with countries outside the European Union (EU) grew in March, the National Statistics Institute (ISTAT) reported Tuesday, led by big increases in trade with China.


  • ​Inv't, trade co-op between China, B&R countries maintains sound momentum: MOC

    China's cooperation in trade and investment with Belt and Road (B&R) countries has shown a sound developing momentum this year, reported Economic Information Daily Friday quoting the Ministry of Commerce (MOC).


  • NW. China's Shaanxi registers RMB 10.08 bln of trade with B&R countries during Jan.- Feb.

    Shaanxi Province in northwest China registered 10.08 billion yuan of foreign trade volume with the Belt and Road (B&R) countries in the first two months of 2021, according to the local customs.


  • New Zealand exports, imports down despite rebound in trade with China

    New Zealand's exports and imports were both down in February 2021 compared with the previous February, despite rebound in trade with China, the statistics department Stats NZ said on Wednesday.


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