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China Import and Export Fair transaction hits US$25bn in phase one
(Apr 22, 2008) Phase one of the 103rd China Import and Export Fair completed on April 20 and total transaction reached US$25.43 billion, up 1.8% as compared with the previous fair held in 2007 fall. A total of 128,155 buyers attended the phase one, 4.1% more than the autumn fair number. The number ...
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China-Australia Free Trade to mark seven breakthroughs
(Apr 22, 2008) Australian Council of Trade Unions president Simon Crean says some problems in agricultural and manufacturing areas on the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Australia and China may exist, but the two parties strive to reach full agreement as soon as possible. China Ministry of Commerce officials say that two countries ...
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Guangxi develops coastal international zone
(Apr 20, 2008) Guangxi Autonomous Region's Beibu Bay (Bay of Tonkin) Economic Zone will be developed into an international cooperation zone. The four cities in the zone, Nanning, Beihai, Qinzhou, Fang Cheng Gang, will exhibit their unique geographic and resource advantages in development. Nanning will focus on trade, manufacturing and hi-techs, Beihai will ...
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Guangxi Beihai signs 22 projects of US$1.683 bn
(Apr 20, 2008) At the 4th Guangxi Hong Kong Activity Week, Guangxi Beihai city and Hong Kong businessmen sealed contracts on 22 projects with total investment of US$1.683 billion. The projects cover building materials, warehouse storage and logistic, 5-star hotels, electronic information, new materials, and tourism. The Guangxi Beibu Bay economic zone development ...
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Fujian's Taijiang geared up for bigger role on Taiwan Strait
(Apr 18, 2008) The Taijiang District in Fujian Province wants to become a modern commercial and trade compound zone on the west shore of the Taiwan Strait. Ma Bigang, Secretary of Taijiang District Committee of the Communist Party of China, says Taijiang will implement preferential policies to attract service project investments. The district ...
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European buyers buy more at Electronics Fair
(Apr 18, 2008) The 4-day Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) closed yesterday. Due to the euro appreciation, European buyers are active in placing orders. Popular electronics like digital photo frames and HDTVs are hot sale items. Exhibitors say they see more visitors this time, especially those from Europe. Exhibitors selling digital photo ...
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Taiwan companies want a bigger market through CEPA
(Apr 18, 2008) China will become the most important market to Taiwan in the future and Taiwanese merchants believe CEPA (closer economic partnership arrangement) can enhance their competitiveness in the Chinese market. Rubber product manufacturing Hsin Yung Chien Co Ltd believes Taiwanese companies can enjoy tariff preference under the CEPA among Hong Kong, ...
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Cross-strait link benefits all areas of Taiwan
(Apr 18, 2008) Taiwan's Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research says cross-strait direct access with mainland China will benefit Taiwan's GDP, trade condition and social cohesion. Cross-strait direct access can lower transportation cost, facilitate division of labour in almost all industries, upgrade Taiwan's industrial structure and most of all, attract foreign investments. Looking into ...
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Singapore export plunges following a weak US economy
(Apr 18, 2008) In March, Singapore's non-petroleum exports dropped 2.6% comparing with February 2008, marking the largest drop in four months. The market believes this is mainly due to weaker exports to and economic slowdowns in the US and Europe. The non-petroleum exports dropped to SGD14.3 billion. Citigroup Inc. economist Kit Wei Zheng ...
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China levies a 100% growing season fertilizer export tax
(Apr 18, 2008) The Ministry of Finance has imposed a minimum of 100% export tax on fertilizers for the period of April 20 to September 30 to ensure sufficient domestic supply and control crop production costs. The Ministry has observed a widening fertilizer price gap between domestic and foreign markets since March which ...
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