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China's factory activity expands at slower rate in July
31st July 2018

 The purchasing managers' index for China's manufacturing sector came in at 51.2 this month, down from 51.5 in June, the National Bureau of Statistics said on Tuesday.

 
Activities of the country's non-manufacturing sector also expanded at a slower pace in July, with its PMI standing at 54, compared with 55 in June.
 
Though PMIs for both sectors dropped compared with the previous month, they still pointed to steady expansion as a reading above 50 indicates expansion, while a reading below reflects contraction.
 
The PMI for the manufacturing sector remained above 51 for five consecutive months while that for the non-manufacturing sector maintained at or above 54 for 11 months in a row.
 
The general PMI output index for July reached 53.6, down from 54.4 in June, indicating steady but slower production and operation activity expansion for the country's enterprises.
 
NBS senior statistician Zhao Qinghe attributed the slight drops in July's PMI figures to bad weather conditions, escalating trade tensions and a slack season for some sectors.
Source: Shanghai Daily, July 31, 2018
China eliminated 21 billion paper courier waybills in 2017 as the country's delivery services became
30th July 2018

 The whole courier delivery sector used about 40.06 billion waybills last year, with digital waybills accounting for about 80 percent, according to an industry report.

 
The digital waybills only require one small piece of paper, while traditional versions might use four to five pieces.
 
The courier sector also saved 6.4 billion meters of tape and 400 million big plastic bags for transit purposes.
 
To reduce emissions, about 13,000 new energy vehicles had been put into operation by express delivery firms by the end of June.
 
The State Post Bureau has been pushing the courier sector's green growth and it aims to reduce the sector's energy consumption by 50 percent in 2020 from the current level.China eliminated 21 billion paper courier waybills in 2017 as the country's delivery services became more environmentally friendly.
 
The whole courier delivery sector used about 40.06 billion waybills last year, with digital waybills accounting for about 80 percent, according to an industry report.
 
The digital waybills only require one small piece of paper, while traditional versions might use four to five pieces.
 
The courier sector also saved 6.4 billion meters of tape and 400 million big plastic bags for transit purposes.
 
To reduce emissions, about 13,000 new energy vehicles had been put into operation by express delivery firms by the end of June.
 
The State Post Bureau has been pushing the courier sector's green growth and it aims to reduce the sector's energy consumption by 50 percent in 2020 from the current level.
Source: Shanghai Daily, July 30, 2018
China's industrial profits up 17.2% in H1
27th July 2018

 Profit growth of China's major industrial firms picked up in the first six months of 2018, official statistics showed on Friday.

Profits at the industrial firms grew 17.2 percent in the January-June period, quickening from the 16.5-percent expansion for the January-May period, according to the National Bureau of Statistics.

In June alone, combined profits at industrial companies with annual revenue of more than 20 million yuan (US$2.95 million) went up 20 percent year on year, slightly retreating from the 21.1-percent gain in May.

NBS statistician He Ping attributed the sound growth to the country's supply-side structural reforms, which helped reduce production costs and lower debt levels.

In the first half year, costs per 100 yuan of revenue from the companies dropped 0.37 yuan from the same period last year to 84.42 yuan, according to He.

The debt-asset ratios of major industrial firms dropped 0.4 percentage points year-on-year to 56.6 percent by the end of June.

These firms also posted stronger profit earning capabilities and saw faster inventory turnover of their products.

Among the 41 industries surveyed, 29 posted year-on-year profit growth during this period, with the petroleum and natural gas mining, ferrous metal metallurgy and rolling, and chemical sectors as major profit contributors.

Source: Shanghai Daily, July 27, 2018
China to continue steady import growth
26th July 2018

 China is expanding imports steadily and the country is ready to welcome the first China International Import Expo in November.

 
In the next five years, imports of goods are expected to hit US$8 trillion, and the country’s actively expanding imports will help boost global trade liberalization, create new demand and inject new impetus into world economic growth, according to China’s Ministry of Commerce.
 
The import expo aims to offer an open platform for global trade, and buyers and exhibitors from throughout the world have been invited to participate.
 
“It fully reflects China’s consistent position in supporting the multilateral trading system and developing free trade, and clearly releases positive signals against protectionism in trade and the construction and maintenance of an open world economy,” said an official with the ministry.
 
China’s exports rose to 7.51 trillion yuan (US$1.11 trillion) in the first half of this year, marking a year-on-year increase of 4.9 percent, while imports grew by 11.5 percent to 6.61 trillion yuan, according to recent data released by China Customs.
 
“Since the beginning of this year, the world economy has continued to recover and the domestic economy has been smoothly climbing, which has promoted the rapid growth of China’s foreign trade,” said Huang Songping, spokesman for China Customs.
 
The total value of Chinese foreign trade in the first half of the year hit 14.12 trillion yuan, up 7.9 percent from the same period last year.
 
China’s trade surplus narrowed 26.7 percent to 901.32 billion yuan in the first half of the year, continuing a narrowing trend that began in late 2016.
 
A report by the Bank of Communications Financial Research Center said that China is shrinking the trade surplus of its own accord to promote the balanced development of import and export trades, which can help ease trade friction.
 
Meanwhile, expanding imports will boost the upgrading of consumption and production, promote economic restructuring, and also allow more countries to share the Chinese market, the report said.
 
The import growth is mainly due to factors such as China’s expansion of imports and rising prices of some bulk commodities.
 
Policies to expand imports have been significantly strengthened this year.
 
At the end of last year, import tariffs on certain consumer goods were reduced, including seafood, cosmetics, milk powder and infant diapers.
 
At the level of foreign policy, China will not change its strategic goal of promoting a new pattern of comprehensive opening up when the global trade war is over, according to Cheng Shi, chief economist at ICBC International.
 
“In the second half of 2018, the country will continue to expand imports steadily, meeting the needs of consumption upgrades, and at the same time speeding up the high-end development of domestic manufacturing industries through the ‘catfish effect’ (the effect that a strong competitor has in causing the weak to better themselves),” Cheng said.
 
Cheng expected import growth to remain higher than the pace of export growth for a long time to come.
 
The State Council Customs Tariff Commission issued a document on May 22 requesting that import tariffs on automobiles and their components should be reduced with a general tax reduction rate.
 
On May 30, the State Council executive meeting decided to further reduce the import tax rate for consumer goods from July 1, involving a wide range of products such as clothing, electrical appliances, aquatic products, medical and health care products, sports and fitness products, washing supplies and cosmetics.
 
In the first half of this year China also imported 225 million tons of crude oil, up 5.8 percent year on year; 42.08 million tons of natural gas, up 35.4 percent; refined oil increased 9.7 percent to 14.49 million tons; and 2.6 million tons of copper, a rise of 16.3 percent.
 
In the same period, imports of aquatic products jumped 12.4 percent, cosmetics doubled, and pharmaceuticals and medical supplies advanced by 8 percent.
 
“The global value chain will bring about the repeated flow of intermediate goods. Therefore, the degree of facilitation of imports also indicates export efficiency,” said Chen Dongxiao, president of the Shanghai Institutes for International Studies.
Source: Shanghai Daily,July 26, 2018

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