Flow of goods has increased 130 per cent since 2016; China remains Brazil’s largest trading partner, ahead of the United States.
Oil ranks high among Angola’s exports, earning US$14.8 billion out of a total US$23 billion in trade with China last year.
Mobile phones, watches, handbags, wallets and gold jewellery all show positive growth.
Mobile phones and beauty items top the list, with almost one-third of imports coming from China; trade deficit stands at MOP 67 billion.
Massive increases in overseas trade in the past year point to a recovery from the downturn caused by Covid-19.
Macao’s imports rose by 56.6% year-on-year to MOP 13.4 billion in November.
Macao’s exports and imports in the first 10 months of the year fell by 18.1% and 7.1% to MOP 8.6 billion (US$1.08 billion) and MOP 67.4 billion respectively.
Macao’s imports of food and beverages fell by 26.2% year-on-year to MOP 6.68 billion (US$835 million) in the first eight months of the year.
Macau’s motor car and motorbike imports fell 55.6 per cent year-on-year to 911 million patacas in the first nine months
Due to the continued decline in exports of services, Macau’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) shrank by 20.3 per cent in
Macau’s balance of trade deficit recorded a 21 percent improvement in January due to a contraction of 1.579 billion patacas
Information from the Statistics and Census Service indicated that total imports of goods for November 2015 fell 17.4 percent year-on-year,
According to figures from the Ministry of Commerce, trade between mainland China and Macau has increased by 32 percent year
Macau’s goods exports to mainland China under the Closer Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) totalled 89.39 million patacas between January and
Trade between the Chinese mainland and Macau increased by 35.2 percent year-on-year to USD3.56 billion during the first nine months
The Macau balance of trade recorded a deficit of 49.36 billion patacas between January and August, an improvement of 3.2
Macau’s exports and imports fell in May, the Statistics and Census Bureau (DSEC) said on Monday. Exports fell 5.9 percent