US cotton exporters are anticipating another strong year after containerized cotton exports rose 3.7 percent last year.
China Trade Data
China trade data news and analysis including manufacturing indices, import and export flows, container and port throughput statistics and industrial real estate trends.
23 Mar 2017
China’s container ports got off to a strong start in 2017.
12 Oct 2016
The world’s factory will focus more on domestic consumption, and its citizens will increasingly sate their taste for foreign goods domestically.
23 Aug 2016
Container throughput at China’s main ports rebounded in July after a poor first half of the year.
22 Jun 2016
Container throughput at China’s top ports stayed positive in May.
24 May 2016
Throughput growth at China’s main ports increased at a slower rate in April than in March.
15 Feb 2016
Depressingly weak trade data greeted China as the country slowly gets back to business after the lunar New Year holidays.
04 Jan 2016
Shares on the Shanghai and Shenzhen exchanges were suspended on the first trading day of the year after stock prices plunged following indications that December manufacturing activity in China contracted for the 10th consecutive month.
01 Dec 2015
China’s factories in November delivered mixed results, with purchasing manager’s indices showing manufacturing activity for large state-owned firms hitting a three-year low, while small and medium factories recorded a slight improvement.
14 Oct 2015
China will remain the driving force in global container trades for years to come with scant possibility of an alternative region emerging to challenge its dominant position.
17 Sep 2015
China will pass the U.S. and become the world’s largest apparel market by 2019, according to a forecast by market researcher Euromonitor that compared the industry performance in the world’s two largest economies.
02 Sep 2015
Big retailers in the U.S. are dragging their Chinese suppliers back to the table to re-negotiate order contracts and take advantage of lower manufacturing costs following Beijing’s sharp devaluation of the yuan.
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