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ASEAN becomes China's second largest trade partner in 2019

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Beijing, China - Jan 14, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Press briefing of General Administration of Customs in progress
2. Press
3. Press briefing of in progress
4. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Zou Zhiwu, Vice Minister of General Administration of Customs (ending with shots 5-6):
"The rankings of major trade partners have changed, with ASEAN becoming China's second largest trade partner. The European Union remained China's largest trade partner, with their two-way trade reaching 4.86 trillion yuan (about 700 billion U.S. dollars), up 8 percent. The trade with ASEAN countries rose 14.1 percent to 4.43 trillion yuan (about 640 billion U.S. dollars). China's trade with the United States dropped 10.7 percent to 3.73 trillion yuan (about 540 billion U.S. dollars). Japan was the fourth largest trade partner, with their two-way trade rising 0.4 percent to 2.17 trillion yuan (about 320 billion U.S. dollars). In addition, China's trade with the countries along the Belt and Road increased 10.8 percent to 9.27 trillion yuan (about 1.35 trillion dollars), or 7.4 percentage points higher than the overall growth rate."
5. Various of press
6. Various of press briefing in progress

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The Association of Southeast Asian Nations became China's second largest trade partner in 2019, with the trade volume rising 14.1 percent, the General Administration of Customs said on Tuesday.

Zou Zhiwu, Vice Minister of the General Administration of Customs, outlined the features of China's foreign trade in 2019 at the first press briefing in Beijing.

"The rankings of major trade partners have changed, with ASEAN becoming China's second largest trade partner. The European Union remained China's largest trade partner, with their two-way trade reaching 4.86 trillion yuan (about 700 billion U.S. dollars), up 8 percent. The trade with ASEAN countries rose 14.1 percent to 4.43 trillion yuan (about 640 billion U.S. dollars). China's trade with the United States dropped 10.7 percent to 3.73 trillion yuan (about 540 billion U.S. dollars). Japan was the fourth largest trade partner, with their two-way trade rising 0.4 percent to 2.17 trillion yuan (about 320 billion U.S. dollars). In addition, China's trade with the countries along the Belt and Road increased 10.8 percent to 9.27 trillion yuan (about 1.35 trillion dollars), or 7.4 percentage points higher than the overall growth rate," said Zou.

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China-Trade Partner

ASEAN becomes China's second largest trade partner in 2019

Dateline : Jan 14, 2020

Location : Beijing,China

Duration : 1'10

  • English
  • Français
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Beijing, China - Jan 14, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Press briefing of General Administration of Customs in progress
2. Press
3. Press briefing of in progress
4. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Zou Zhiwu, Vice Minister of General Administration of Customs (ending with shots 5-6):
"The rankings of major trade partners have changed, with ASEAN becoming China's second largest trade partner. The European Union remained China's largest trade partner, with their two-way trade reaching 4.86 trillion yuan (about 700 billion U.S. dollars), up 8 percent. The trade with ASEAN countries rose 14.1 percent to 4.43 trillion yuan (about 640 billion U.S. dollars). China's trade with the United States dropped 10.7 percent to 3.73 trillion yuan (about 540 billion U.S. dollars). Japan was the fourth largest trade partner, with their two-way trade rising 0.4 percent to 2.17 trillion yuan (about 320 billion U.S. dollars). In addition, China's trade with the countries along the Belt and Road increased 10.8 percent to 9.27 trillion yuan (about 1.35 trillion dollars), or 7.4 percentage points higher than the overall growth rate."
5. Various of press
6. Various of press briefing in progress


The Association of Southeast Asian Nations became China's second largest trade partner in 2019, with the trade volume rising 14.1 percent, the General Administration of Customs said on Tuesday.

Zou Zhiwu, Vice Minister of the General Administration of Customs, outlined the features of China's foreign trade in 2019 at the first press briefing in Beijing.

"The rankings of major trade partners have changed, with ASEAN becoming China's second largest trade partner. The European Union remained China's largest trade partner, with their two-way trade reaching 4.86 trillion yuan (about 700 billion U.S. dollars), up 8 percent. The trade with ASEAN countries rose 14.1 percent to 4.43 trillion yuan (about 640 billion U.S. dollars). China's trade with the United States dropped 10.7 percent to 3.73 trillion yuan (about 540 billion U.S. dollars). Japan was the fourth largest trade partner, with their two-way trade rising 0.4 percent to 2.17 trillion yuan (about 320 billion U.S. dollars). In addition, China's trade with the countries along the Belt and Road increased 10.8 percent to 9.27 trillion yuan (about 1.35 trillion dollars), or 7.4 percentage points higher than the overall growth rate," said Zou.

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Published : 2020-01-14 11:06

Last Modified : 2020-01-14 18:12:44

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

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