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Erdogan says Trudeau’s suspension of drone exports is against the spirit of alliance

ISTANBUL (Reuters) – Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan told Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau that Canada’s suspension of exports of some drone technologies is not in keeping with the spirit of the alliance, Erdogan’s office said late Friday. Canada stopped exporting drone technology to Turkey earlier this month as it investigates allegations that the equipment was being used by Azerbaijani armed …

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According to China, exports and imports reached record highs in September

The workers stand in the port of Qingdao, Shandong province, China, 10 June 2019. Reuters BEIJING – China imported and exported a record amount of goods in yuan in September, Reuters reported Tuesday, citing a spokesman for national customs officials. China’s exports rose 10.2% year over year to 5 trillion yuan ($ 742.9 billion) in the third quarter, the agency …

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Japan’s exports fall amid the coronavirus pandemic

The top headlines from Fox Business Flash are here. Check out what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com. Japan’s exports fell 19.2% yoy in July as the coronavirus pandemic weighed on global demand for goods from the third largest economy, government data showed on Wednesday. Preliminary figures from the Treasury Department showed that Japanese imports fell 22.3% in July. Get FOX BUSINESS on …

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Exports and imports in July

China’s dollar-based exports rose 7.2%, while imports fell 1.4%. A year ago, data from the country’s General Customs Administration was displayed on Friday. Economists surveyed by Reuters had expected China’s US dollar exports to fall 0.2% year over year, while imports were expected to grow 1% year over year. In June, China’s US dollar exports rose 0.5% year over year …

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China’s production improves in July and exports increase

Fox Business Flash’s top headlines are here. Check what clicks on FoxBusiness.com. China’s manufacturing activity accelerated in July and export orders increased despite weak demand in the US and Europe. A poll on Friday showed that the world’s second largest economy is gradually recovering from the coronavirus pandemic. The monthly purchasing manager index released by the Chinese statistical office and …

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Coronavirus: South Korea in recession as exports to 57-year low

Image rights Getty Images South Korea went into recession when the country was hit by the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. In Asia’s fourth largest economy, gross domestic product (GDP) fell 2.9% year-over-year. This was the sharpest drop since 1998. Exports, which make up almost 40% of the economy, have been the biggest burden since they have declined the most …

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China’s exports in June rise unexpectedly as economies reopen and imports increase

BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s exports rose unexpectedly in June when overseas economies reopened after closures, while imports increased for the first time this year. This confirms that the recovery from the pandemic is growing in importance in the world’s second largest economy. FILE PHOTO: Cranes and containers are seen in Yantian Harbor in Shenzhen after the outbreak of the novel …

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Venezuela still exports oil to China despite sanctions

Venezuela is still sending oil to China despite suffocating U.S. sanctions, Bloomberg reported, citing shipping data from Kpler. According to the data, 3.3 million barrels of Venezuelan crude were awaiting unloading in Chinese ports this Monday and another 5 million barrels on the way to Qingdao port. “Most of the oil goes to China after a simple ship-to-ship transfer, often …

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China’s exports are falling as the global slowdown hits the economy

Foreign demand for Chinese goods cooled in May, a sign that the global slowdown caused by coronaviruses is weighing on the world’s second largest economy, despite reports of stronger domestic activity. At the same time, a slump in global commodity prices has prompted Beijing to buy strategic resources such as crude oil as tensions with the United States increase. This …

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China May exports are falling again, imports worst in four years By Reuters

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Cargo ship with containers is seen near the Yantian port in Shenzhen after the outbreak of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Guangdong BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s exports declined in May as global coronavirus barriers continued to destroy demand, while a more-than-expected decline in imports indicated increasing pressure on manufacturers as global growth stalled. The bleak …

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