In 2019 overall, the European Union’s trade imbalance with China stood at a deficit of US$218 billion, meaning that there was more demand for westbound services. Photo: Xinhua In 2019 overall, the European Union’s trade imbalance with China stood at a deficit of US$218 billion, meaning that there was more demand for westbound services. Photo: Xinhua
In 2019 overall, the European Union’s trade imbalance with China stood at a deficit of US$218 billion, meaning that there was more demand for westbound services. Photo: Xinhua

China-Europe rail trade imbalance growing due coronavirus, demand for PPE

  • China Railway Express, a key rail project under China’s Belt and Road Initiative, operated a record 11,000 trains across Eurasia by early November
  • China continued to run a large trade surplus with the European Union in the first 10 months of year, indicating that westward shipments remain much larger

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In 2019 overall, the European Union’s trade imbalance with China stood at a deficit of US$218 billion, meaning that there was more demand for westbound services. Photo: Xinhua In 2019 overall, the European Union’s trade imbalance with China stood at a deficit of US$218 billion, meaning that there was more demand for westbound services. Photo: Xinhua
In 2019 overall, the European Union’s trade imbalance with China stood at a deficit of US$218 billion, meaning that there was more demand for westbound services. Photo: Xinhua
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