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China Claims Import and Export Customs Times Fell over 50% in 2018

State media claims the Chinese government achieved a sizeable reduction in customs processing times for both imports and exports in 2018.

Chinese Imports Drive 22.5% of Global Import Growth from 2012 – 2017: BNU Report

A new study from one of China's leading universities claims that over the past five years Chinese import growth has driven nearly a quarter...

Chinese Imports Expected to Hit Record High of over $2 Trillion in 2018

Official forecasts see China's import volume hitting an unprecedented high in 2018. The National Commerce Work Meeting (全国商务工作会议) expects China's import volume for 2018 to...

People’s Daily Hails 664-fold Increase in China’s Imports Since 1978

The flagship newspaper of the Chinese Communist Party has hailed the surge in China's import volumes in the four decades since the start of...

Expanding Imports is China’s Firm Long-term Policy: MOFCOM

China's Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) has flagged a commitment to the expansion of overseas imports. MOFCOM spokesperson Gao Feng (高峰) said at a routine press...

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