U.S. prepares to allow Chinese chicken imports
U.S. prepares to allow Chinese chicken imports

The US government and the Chinese government have reached a consensus on allowing Chinese chicken to be imported into the United States, and relevant parties in the US government are making relevant preparations for this. Federal Bulletin of the US Federal Government Communications Agency announced the news on November 8. Sources said that the US […]

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Venezuela government and oil company decide to use RMB as the payment method
Venezuela government and oil company decide to use RMB as the payment method

According to Reuters, people familiar with the matter revealed that the Venezuelan government and the country’s National Petroleum Corporation (PDVSA) have agreed to use RMB to pay suppliers and contractors. Since the U.S. sanctions on Venezuela have cut off President Maduro’s ties to the U.S. financial system, Venezuela has been seeking new means of international […]

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China will resume import of beef and pork from Canada
China will resume import of beef and pork from Canada

Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau said on Tuesday (November 5) that China will resume importing beef and pork from Canada. Previously, escalating diplomatic disputes between Canada and China prompted Beijing to stop importing Canadian beef and pork about 4 months ago. Trudeau tweeted, “Today brings good news to Canadian farmers. Canadian pork and beef exports to […]

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U.S. independent bookstore eagerly abolishes tariffs
U.S. independent bookstore eagerly abolishes tariffs

Every year from Thanksgiving to the end of Christmas holiday shopping season, it is the busiest time of the year for most American bookstores, but this year Jamie Fioko, owner of “Flying Leaf Bookstore” in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, is worried. In previous years, one-third of the annual sales of “Feiye Bookstore” were completed in […]

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Indonesia’s trade balance with China continues to run a deficit
Indonesia's trade balance with China continues to run a deficit

As of October 2019, Indonesia’s trade deficit with China has reached 15.2 billion US dollars. In the past year, Indonesia had a total trade deficit with China of 18.4 billion U.S. dollars, the highest trade deficit with China in the history of Indonesia. Since the two countries signed the Free Trade Agreement (FTA), Indonesia has […]

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Malaysia seeks new development points for cooperation with China
Malaysia seeks new development points for cooperation with China

Dr. Ong KianMing, Deputy Minister of International Trade and Industry of Malaysia, said in an interview with CBN reporters that he saw the Chinese government ’s openness to trade through the Expo. “This is important because some countries are currently under internal pressure. Adopt a protectionist policy, and Chinese leaders emphasize open cooperation in order […]

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China has exported more than 1 billion bicycles
China has exported more than 1 billion bicycles

On the 22nd, the “2019 China Bicycle Industry Conference” organized by the China Bicycle Association was held in Beijing. The reporter learned from the conference that in the first three quarters of this year, China’s light industry continued to maintain high-quality development, and the total profit of enterprises above designated size increased by 9.19%, 11.28 […]

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China exports first laser equipment
China exports first laser equipment

India, as a Southeast Asian country, once claimed to be the third in the world and was called the “three brother” by the outside world. However, India’s comprehensive national strength is not as powerful as its propaganda. For example, India-made fighter planes have suffered multiple crashes. In addition, the Indian military has recently ordered hundreds […]

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4% of Peruvian footwear relies on imports
4% of Peruvian footwear relies on imports

According to a report compiled by the South American Overseas Chinese News Agency, the chairman of the Brazilian Footwear Association Haroldo Ferreira recently said that in 2018, Peru ’s footwear imports were 49.2 million pairs, an increase of 9% year-on-year, and footwear consumption exceeded 116 million pairs, which means imported shoes The category accounts for […]

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