China will import soybeans from Tanzania
China will import soybeans from Tanzania

“The world’s largest soybean importing country is opening its market to Tanzania”, Hong Kong’s South China Morning Post stated on October 29 that China and Tanzania reached an agricultural agreement this week. China will start importing Tanzanian soybeans in order to seek changes in the United States and Tanzania. Dependence on soybean suppliers such as […]

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Japan tries to reduce imports of drones from China
Japan tries to reduce imports of drones from China

According to six people familiar with the situation and the ruling party, in order to protect sensitive information, the Japanese government may effectively prohibit China from providing drones to its government as part of Japan’s extensive efforts to strengthen national security. These people said that the main concerns are in information technology, supply chain, network […]

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Imported 104,000 vehicles in September
Imported 104,000 vehicles in September

According to the data analysis published by the General Administration of Customs compiled by the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers, in September 2020, the value of automobile imports and exports continued to increase month-on-month and year-on-year, and the increase was significantly higher than the previous month. In September, the total value of import and export […]

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Vietnam relies on China for more than 54% of its raw materials

According to the latest news released on the website of the Ministry of Commerce on October 27, a report released by the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Vietnam shows that the country’s annual textile exports are as high as 40 billion U.S. dollars. However, more than 54.9% of the 10 billion meters of exported […]

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US soybean imports exceeded 600% month-on-month in September
US soybean imports exceeded 600% month-on-month in September

The market adjustment proposed by last week’s forecast has performed significantly this week. Recently released customs data show that China imported 9.789 million tons of US soybeans in September, far exceeding 166,300 tons in August. The recent outbreak of secondary health incidents in Europe and the United States has become a new uncertainty in the […]

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Brazilian regulatory authorities approve the import of Chinese vaccines
Brazilian regulatory authorities approve the import of Chinese vaccines

Just after Brazilian President Bolsonaro declared that he would not allow the import of the new crown vaccine from China, the country’s health regulatory agency approved the import of a batch of vaccines from China for testing on Friday. Brazil’s National Health Supervision Agency (Anvisa) said in a statement that the Butantan Institute, a biomedical […]

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Most of Myanmar auto parts are imported from China
Most of Myanmar auto parts are imported from China

Hugo.com learned from the “Myanmar Times” report on July 28: Today, there are more and more cars on the streets of Myanmar, which will drive the rapid growth of the auto parts market. At present, some internationally renowned automobile brands have established branches in Myanmar. Nissan recently announced that it will set up an assembly […]

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Vietnam intensifies supervision and inspection of exports to China
Vietnam intensifies supervision and inspection of exports to China

China Customs has stepped up its efforts to detect the new coronavirus on agricultural products, frozen aquatic products, and food imported from Vietnam and other countries around the world. Regarding the information that China has begun to implement new crown pneumonia virus surveillance on goods imported from Vietnam, the Asian-African Market Department of the Ministry […]

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China will import soybeans from Tanzania
China will import soybeans from Tanzania

According to Hong Kong’s South China Morning Post on October 29, China will start importing soybeans from Tanzania, and Tanzania has become the latest African country to sign an agricultural import and export agreement with the Chinese government. At the same time, some analysts believe that China’s move is an attempt to reduce its dependence […]

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