U.S. aluminum imports fell by 39% from January to February
U.S. aluminum imports fell by 39% from January to February

According to reports, data released by the US Geological Survey on Tuesday showed that US imports of aluminum products and scrap aluminum fell 47% year-on-year in February to 238,000 tons. According to reports, data released by the US Geological Survey on Tuesday showed that US imports of aluminum products and scrap aluminum fell 47% year-on-year […]

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Saudi Arabia will import US $ 265 million in quarantine materials and medical services from China
Saudi Arabia will import US $ 265 million in quarantine materials and medical services from China

Bloomberg News said Abdullah Al-Rabiah, chairman of the Negotiation and Purchase Committee, quoted the royal decree on April 26 local time, saying that the state would pay China $ 264 million to purchase quarantine tests and medical expert services for new coronaviruses. According to the trade agreement reached between the two parties, China will provide […]

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Kazakhstan lifts ban on imports of citrus fruits from China
Kazakhstan lifts ban on imports of citrus fruits from China

Xu Jun, director of the Animal and Plant Quarantine Division of Urumqi Customs, said on the 28th that Kazakhstan has lifted the ban on the import of citrus, pome fruit and stone fruit from China. At this stage, China’s fruit exports to Kazakhstan have returned to normal levels. At the Urumqi customs news conference held […]

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China’s first import of Venezuelan P. vannamei products
China's first import of Venezuelan P. vannamei products

The reporter learned from Guangdong Zhanjiang Customs on the 25th that frozen South American white shrimp products weighing 49 tons and imported from Venezuela successfully cleared customs at Zhanjiang Port recently. It is understood that the value of this batch of shrimp products is about 1.466 million yuan, which is the first time that China […]

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The impact of the overall trade pattern between China and ASEAN is not obvious

Dr. Li Hao, a researcher at the China-ASEAN Regional Development Collaborative Innovation Center, said that the epidemic would lead to a decline in China-ASEAN import and export trade. “Because of the epidemic, China ’s consumption has slowed sharply, and sluggish demand will necessarily affect ASEAN countries that are highly dependent on foreign trade. From the […]

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Myanmar: the shortage of raw materials in garment factories reduces working hours
Myanmar: the shortage of raw materials in garment factories reduces working hours

The chairman of the Myanmar Clothing Industry Merchants Association, Wu Minsuo, said that due to the outbreak of the new coronavirus pneumonia, the clothing fabrics needed by Myanmar’s garment factories could not be supplied normally. Therefore, there was a shortage of raw materials in the garment factories, which affected production. Wu Minsuo explained that affected […]

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Vietnam’s insufficient imports of Chinese raw materials cause production difficulties
Vietnam's insufficient imports of Chinese raw materials cause production difficulties

Textiles are Vietnam’s third-largest export commodity after smartphones and electronics, but they rely heavily on raw materials and accessories provided by China to operate. Since the outbreak of the new crown pneumonia in China, Vietnam ’s textile and apparel supply chain has been severely affected. From the second quarter of this year, Vietnam ’s textile […]

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The world’s parts supply chain may change
The world's parts supply chain may change

“For the automotive industry, the challenge brought by the epidemic is not only at the sales terminal but also at the level of the industrial chain. In China, GM not only produces cars but also purchases parts for global production. With the strong support of China, The global supply chain is currently running smoothly. “Qian […]

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