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China Daily

Easier customs, facilitation pacts, FTAs, MoUs... China's growth pursuit gets a fresh set of teeth

High growth-minded China is turning its economic spotlight on trade again, after sustained emphasis on supply-side reform.

Cuts to overcapacity in certain sectors and rationalization of companies in key industries are still important. But the country will also help with more negotiations on trade facilitation agreements with foreign countries, including Canada and Israel, according to officials.

There's more to the trade push, of course.

China will simplify and reduce administrative approval procedures related to customs declaration and clearance, and...

Portal Planalto

A long-standing trading partner, China has established itself as the most important market for Brazilian products. The country's interest in Brazilian raw materials has had a decisive role for Brazil's trade balance.

Brazil's foreign trade surplus is expected to end the year above US$ 60 billion, largely driven by trade with China. Exchanges with the Asian country added to US$ 18.2 billion in September, at least 30% of overall trade in year-to-date terms.

Brazil's best-selling product, crushed soybeans, has China as its main buyer: 78% of our crushed soybeans are sold to the country, representing US$ 18 billion of the US$ 23 billion exported to all countries in 2017.


Estado de S. Paulo

SÃO PAULO - O governo Geraldo Alckmin (PSDB) anunciou nesta quarta-feira, 5, que um grupo chinês deve comprar parte da concessão da Linha 6-Laranja (Brasilândia-São Joaquim) do Metrô de São Paulo e retomar as obras da chamada “linha das universidades” no início de 2018.

A obra foi paralisada em setembro de 2016 pelo consórcio Move São Paulo, formado pelas empresas Odebrecht, Queiroz Galvão e UTC e um fundo de investimentos. O grupo alegou dificuldade para obter financiamento junto ao Banco Nacional de Desenvolvimento Econômico e Social (BNDES) para continuar a construção em meio às...


SAO PAULO, Oct 3 (Reuters) - Brazil’s oil regulator ANP authorized four more companies to bid in auctions for exploration and production rights in the presalt region off the Brazilian coast this month, the regulator said on Tuesday.

A local unit of U.S.-based Chevron Corp was cleared to bid in the second and third presalt rounds to be held on Oct. 27. Brazil’s OP Energia qualified to bid in the second round. China’s CNOOC Petroleum Brasil and Colombia’s Ecopetrol SA were authorized for the third round of bidding.

Brazil’s second and third rounds of bidding for presalt areas are scheduled for Oct. 27. Last week the ANP released a list of 11 companies cleared for the...

Hellenic Shipping News

China’s imports of crude oil offer a picture of which exporters are doing the heavy lifting of reducing supplies, and which countries are benefiting the most from the efforts of OPEC and its allies to rebalance the market.
While looking at customs data from the world’s biggest crude importer isn’t a definitive study of global oil market dynamics, it’s important as exporters are well aware that China has been leading demand-growth in recent years, a trend likely to continue.
China imported 281.1 million tonnes of crude in the first eight months of this year, equivalent to 8.44 million barrels per day (bpd), according to customs data.
This is up 12.3 percent on the same...




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