Exports

    • India eyes jabs exports as vaccination accelerates

      India eyes jabs exports as vaccination accelerates

      One of the world major producer of ingredients for Covid-19 vaccines India may be soon back on the export track as the country managed to vaccinate about half of its adult population and now piles up millions of jabs. In April India halted all vaccine exports, Reuters reported. Prior to that restriction India had donated or sold some 66 million doses to nearly 100 countries.

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    • German exports surge despite supply shortages

      German exports surge despite supply shortages

      Germany stunned analysts with data proving massive increase in exports, dismissing all fears that supply shortages and earmarked slowing in manufacturing may affect the recovery of the EU largest economy. The figures of the Federal Statistics Office brought relief to the market after concerns expressed last week, Reuters elaborated.

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    • Bulgaria's total exports increase by 19%, imports by 23%

      Bulgaria's total exports increase by 19%, imports by 23%

      In the period January - May 2021, goods worth a total of BGN 26,355.3m were exported from Bulgaria, which is 19.4% more than in the same period of 2020, according to preliminary data from the National Statistical Institute. In May 2021 the total exports of goods amounted to BGN 5,084.7m and increased by 32.3% compared to the same month of the previous year.

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    • Brexit, pandemic slashed by half UK exports to EU

      Brexit, pandemic slashed by half UK exports to EU

      The exports of food and drinks from Britain to the European Union have dropped nearly by half due to trade barriers linked to Brexit and Covid-19 lockdowns, BBC reported. The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) figures confirm that sales to EU dropped by a total of 47%in the first three months of the year, compared with the same period in 2020.

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    • Japan exports up to 41-year high

      Japan exports up to 41-year high

      Japan exports posted robust growth in May, reaching fastest pace since 1980, Reuters repored. The rise was largely due to increased demand for machinery from foreign buyers. That spurred capital spendings and offset weaker domestic demand as vaccination against Covid-19 is slow in Japan but gained pace in other industrial countries.

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    • Japan exports rise 38% as global car demand picks up

      Japan exports rise 38% as global car demand picks up

      Japan posted a record growth in exports of goods as global demand for cars and electronics increased, Reuters reported. Official figures showed that the speed in exports growth in April is fastest since 2010. The data fueled optimism that the world third largest economy is firmly on track of recovery from the pandemic slowdown. Also brightening the outlook, confidence among the nation's manufacturers hit a more than two-year high in May on the back of solid overseas orders.

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    • China exports spike to $264bn as global demand recovers from pandemic

      China exports spike to $264bn as global demand recovers from pandemic

      China’s exports posted a 32.3% increase in April compared to same period a year ago, AP reported. The main reason for the surge is a recovery in global consumer goods demand. Exports rose to $263.9 billion, in line with the previous month’s growth but down from the explosive 60.6% rise in the first two months of 2021, customs data showed. Imports increased to 43.1%, accelerating from March’s 38.1% expansion.

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    • Chinese exports rise by 30.6% in March

      Chinese exports rise by 30.6% in March

      Despite the pandemic, the ongoing economic crisis and punitive tariffs, China's exports rose by 30.6% in March compared to the same period last year, marking further strong growth for the country's foreign trade. Customs data released Tuesday also indicated an unexpectedly strong showing for imports, which grew by 38.1%.

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    • German exports rise despite lockdowns

      German exports rise despite lockdowns

      The German export of goods continued to increase despite travel and transport restrictions imposed to curb the spread of pandemic, Reuters reported. Latest figure show continued recovery in February which offset the lockdown related slowdowns. The country's exports rose 0.9% in February from January in adjusted terms, statistics office Destatis said.

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