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  • 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.


  • Economic Watch: Cross-border e-commerce to drive China's trade growth in 2021

    Cross-border e-commerce has become an increasingly important pillar of China's foreign trade, with over 10,000 traditional foreign trade firms going online for the first time last year.


  • U.S.-listed Chinese firms trade mostly lower

    U.S.-listed Chinese companies traded mostly lower on Wednesday with six of the top 10 stocks by weight in the S&P U.S. Listed China 50 index ending the day on a downbeat note.


  • Interview: Trade growth makes China "engine of global economy" in pandemic, says Argentine academic

    China's trade growth in the first two months of this year has made the country a driver of the global economy under the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, Argentine government adviser Lucas Gualda has said.


  • Fourth CIIE to set up biomedicine section for the first time

    The 4th China International Import Expo (CIIE) will set up a special section for biomedical products for the first time, the organizer said on Thursday.


  • China pledges to ensure stable foreign investment and trade: MOC

    China will pledge more efforts to stabilize foreign investment and trade this year, according to the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) at a press conference held on Wednesday.


  • 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.


  • Central China's Changsha plans to build inland opening-up highland by 2023

    Changsha, capital of central China's Hunan Province, is expected to fully complete the reform of the pilot free trade zone in the next three years, with the total volume of foreign trade exceeding 350 billion yuan, 20 new international freight routes being opened and 1,800 China-Europe freight train (Changsha) trips being made per year, building an opening-up highland in inland areas of China.


  • "Dual-zone" model drives China-Hungary cooperation closer on economy and trade

    Trade between China and Hungary reached 11.69 billion U.S. dollars in 2020, registering a record high increase of 14.4 percent on year, with China for the first time standing out as Hungary's largest source of foreign investment.


  • Xinhua Commentary: Dynamic China-EU trade sheds light on promising economic partnership

    Robust trade transactions between China and the European Union (EU) last year have demonstrated strong resilience and enormous potential in bilateral economic partnership despite the ravaging pandemic and a reeling global economy.


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