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

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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