Affected by the Chinese balloon intrusion into the US airspace, the US Department of Commerce announced on Friday (10th) that 6 Chinese entities were included in the trade blacklist, including: 5 companies and 1 research institution.
According to the economic model forecast released by "Bloomberg" on Monday (17th), the probability of the U.S. economy falling into recession in the next 12 months has reached 100%.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) released its latest World Economic Outlook report on Tuesday, lowering its forecast for global economic growth in 2022 to 3.2%. The report also said that due to the impact of the new crown epidemic and epidemic prevention measures, China's economy has slowed down more than expected, and the International Monetary Fund has therefore lowered its full-year growth forecast to 3.3%.
More and more public places require people to change into slippers when entering the house, but wearing a pair of shoes with others may increase the risk of mold infection, so be careful. Pharmacist Chen Jincai pointed out that the weather in Taiwan is hot and humid, and if the hygiene habits are not good, it is easy to contract tinea pedis, which is the so-called Hong Kong athlete.
Hanoi – Vietnam’s Ministry of Planning and Investment announced on the morning of May 29 that the country’s total import and export volume of goods in May 2022 is expected to reach US$62.69 billion, down 4.7% month-on-month and up 14.5% year-on-year.
In the past few months, during the outbreak of the epidemic in China, a large number of manufacturing orders were transferred to Vietnam and Southeast Asia. Many people have come to the conclusion that Vietnam has robbed China of its status as the world's factory. But a closer look at the foreign trade data of China and Vietnam may lead to another conclusion.
The exhibition will be open from Aug 16th till 20th, the sponsor can offer fax, telephone, printing, internet and rest room services. During this period, reporters can ask for related information after registration, and show authority.
China has unveiled plans to impose retaliatory tariffs on US imports worth $60bn (£46bn), firing the latest volley in the mounting trade disputebetween the world’s two largest economies – which are currently conducting “zero” dialogue on trade, according to reports.