Coronavirus disease epidemic hits Asian economies
Coronavirus disease epidemic hits Asian economies

According to the latest forecast by economists, Hong Kong and Singapore may be the countries most affected by the new coronavirus outbreak in Asian countries. China’s economic output now accounts for 16% of global GDP, which is four times the 2003 peak period of SARS. In addition, China’s demand for coal and oil supports the […]

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Sam’s mass airfreight of Australian chilled beef
Sam's mass airfreight of Australian chilled beef

Sam’s Member Store has launched a large-scale logistics model of air-fresh chilled beef in batches from Australia to enrich the existing inventory replenishment channels. The first batch of more than 100 tons of goods has arrived in China today and will soon be shipped to stores across the country. Andrew Miles, President of Sam’s Member […]

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British retail giant Tesco regrets leaving China
British retail giant Tesco regrets leaving China

After 6 years, Tesco, Britain’s largest retailer, still withdrew from China. Tesco said on February 25 that it plans to sell the remaining 20% of its joint venture shares to China Resources Group for 275 million pounds. The established retail giant regrets leaving China. Speaking of Tesco, its predecessor was a London-based grocery store. The […]

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Indonesia imports of non-living goods from China remain normal
Indonesia imports of non-living goods from China remain normal

Indonesia has decided to abolish its plan to ban imports of Chinese food to prevent new pneumonia. On February 4, local time, the Chinese Embassy in Indonesia issued a warning that such measures may have a negative impact on Indonesia’s investment and economy. The United States Bloomberg reported that Airlangga Hartarto, the Minister of Economic […]

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US announces new tariff exclusion list
US announces new tariff exclusion list

The Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) recently announced the US’s third batch of US $ 200 billion tariffs excluding list for China, involving 119 products exported to the United States, including printed circuit boards, seat parts, nitrile gloves, lamps, tables, Specific catalysts, etc. On February 5th, Eastern Time, this list announcement was […]

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India plans to increase tariffs on China and other countries
India plans to increase tariffs on China and other countries

Indian government officials and industry sources have revealed that India plans to increase tariffs on more than 50 imported products, including electronics, electrical appliances, chemicals and handicrafts, with a target of about US $ 56 billion (about RM227.7 billion) imported from China and other countries. )The product. Reuters reports that an Indian government official said […]

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15 Vietnamese companies lose the export qualification to China
15 Vietnamese companies lose the export qualification to China

2020 is a challenging year for the global economy, but Vietnam, which has made continuous progress in economic growth in recent years, still sets a higher economic goal for 2020. According to news from the Vietnamese media on the 27th, Vietnam ’s agricultural sector has set its export target for agriculture, forestry, and aquatic products […]

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China’s mechanical and electrical products exports exceed 10 trillion RMB in 2019
China's mechanical and electrical products exports exceed 10 trillion RMB in 2019

In 2019, despite the adverse effects of slowing global economic growth and other adverse factors, China’s exports of mechanical and electrical products continued to grow against the trend. In 2019, China’s exports exceeded the 10 trillion RMB mark, reaching 10.06 trillion RMB, an increase of 4.4% year-on-year. During the same period, imports were 6.26 trillion […]

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What are China’s import and export commodities
What are China's import and export commodities

31.54 trillion RMB—In 2019, China’s total value of imports and exports of goods trade hit such a record, and China is expected to continue to maintain its position as the world’s largest country in goods trade. Globally, the 3.4% growth rate of imports and exports has performed well in the current foreign trade environment. From […]

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