RCEP signing will benefit energy commodity trade
RCEP signing will benefit energy commodity trade

Recently, the Fourth Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (RCEP) was officially signed after 8 years of long negotiations. Industry insiders said that the signing of RCEP will benefit some commodity trade. “The main benefits of RCEP are twofold: one is the gradual reduction of tariffs and non-tariff barriers, and the other is that the level […]

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China’s imports of Australian copper concentrates fell by more than half in October
China's imports of Australian copper concentrates fell by more than half in October

According to customs data, China’s imports of copper concentrates from Australia in October fell by more than half compared with the previous month, which seems to confirm the speculation of China’s informal ban on imports of Australian products. Media reports earlier this month said that Chinese companies stopped buying copper ore and copper concentrates and […]

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China’s exports increase for 4 consecutive months
China's exports increase for 4 consecutive months

The September 2020 trade statistics (in U.S. dollars) released by the General Administration of Customs of China on October 13 show that exports increased by 9.9% over the same month of the previous year, reaching 239.7 billion U.S. dollars. It has increased for 4 consecutive months, and the growth rate is also higher than that […]

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China’s imports and exports in the first three quarters turned positive
China's imports and exports in the first three quarters turned positive

Li Kuiwen, a spokesperson for the General Administration of Customs, released data that in the first three quarters, China’s exports increased by 1.8% year-on-year, while imports fell by 0.6%. The total value of China’s imports and exports of goods trade in the first three quarters was 23.12 trillion yuan (RMB, the same below), an increase […]

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China’s export control law
China's export control law

The Twenty-Second Meeting of the Standing Committee of the 13th National People’s Congress voted on the 17th to pass the Export Control Law, which will come into force on December 1st this year. The law stipulates that if any country or region abuses export control measures to endanger China’s national security and interests, China may […]

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Model 3 made in China exported to Europe
Model 3 made in China exported to Europe

Recently, a prospective Tesla Model 3 owner in France posted an order invoice showing that the Model 3 he ordered was made in China. Currently, Tesla has only two vehicle super factories, namely the Fremont Super Factory in the US and the Shanghai Super Factory in China. Fremont has always supplied Teslas sold in the […]

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China’s exports soared 9.9%, hitting a year and a half
China's exports soared 9.9%, hitting a year and a half

In U.S. dollars, the import growth rate reached a double-digit 13.2% last month, a new high for the year; exports increased by 9.9%, rising for four consecutive months and hitting a 17-month high; achieving a trade surplus of 37 billion U.S. dollars. Li Kuiwen, a spokesperson for the General Administration of Customs and Director of […]

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Chinese TV series have been exported to more than 200 countries and regions around the world
Chinese TV series have been exported to more than 200 countries and regions around the world

The speed of “going out” of Chinese TV series has been accelerating, and its influence and reputation have also increased. People from all over the world further perceive China’s development and people’s lives through excellent Chinese film and television works, and deepen their objective understanding of China. Recently, more and more Chinese TV dramas have […]

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Mongolia may replace Australia as China’s largest coal trading partner
Mongolia may replace Australia as China's largest coal trading partner

According to my country’s customs statistics, from January to August 2020, Australian coal imports were approximately 23.08 million tons, and Mongolian coal imports were approximately 23 million tons. In September, Australian coal imports fell to 2.72 million tons. You know, this is the month when my country has imported the least amount of Australian coal […]

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