Tag "Kína"

Spanish ports can’t handle the load, how long will sea freight work?

The price of shipping by sea is getting cheaper, which is why the traffic in this field is increasing. Even if only temporarily, this means that the companies are overloading...

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(HU) Gazdasági válság van Kínában, mert nincs infláció

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OTP establishes a joint venture in China

OTP is establishing a joint venture in the People’s Republic of China with a 15 percent stake in consumer lending, and the partners signed agreements on June 2, 2022, OTP...

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Russian-Chinese trade grew by nearly 26 percent in the first quarter of the year

Trade between Russia and China rose 25.9 percent to 51.09 billion USD in January-April from the same period of last year, the Russian news agency TASS reported on referring to...

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China is making the world more expensive

Russia’s war in Ukraine has taken a shocking toll on the region. It has also contributed to a global food crisis, as Russia is blocking vital fertilizer exports needed by...

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Telex: Omycron clashes with zero-Covid in Shanghai, which could affect inflation in Europe

While much of the world has long since given up the fight against the Covid-19 epidemic in this form, zero remains infected in China as the official target. As a...

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China’s industrial growth slows in March

China’s industrial growth slowed in March and retail sales shrank due to the economic crippling effects of the closures caused by a new coronavirus pandemic in several cities of the...

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Chinese industry and retail sales grew significantly in the first two months of the year

Chinese industry and retail sales grew significantly in the first two months of the year, with growth rates well above analysts’ expectations. Industrial production rose 7.5 percent year-on-year in January-February...

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Chinese industry and retail sales increased significantly in the first two months of the year

Chinese industry and retail sales grew significantly in the first two months of the year, and the pace of expansion far exceeded analysts’ expectations of a slowdown in growth....

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China sets economic growth of around 5.5% by 2022

China has set an economic growth goal of around 5.5 percent by 2022, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Saturday at the opening of the annual session of the National...

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Vertical forest complex rises in China’s Hubei province

Architecture firm Stefano Boeri Architetti China has announced that it has completed construction of its very first vertical forest complex, located in the city of Huanggang in Hubei province, China....

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Fidelity: Three reasons why China could roar in the year of the tiger

Tuesday 1 February marks the Chinese New Year, where millions of people around the globe will celebrate the year of the tiger. With inflation fears, talk of tapering and an...

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Caixin/Markit: China’s manufacturing sector falls in January

China’s factory activity contracted at the sharpest rate in 23 months in January, underscoring the huge economic costs from the country’s zero-COVID approach as surging cases and tough containment measures...

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Fidelity: Three things to watch out for in the Chinese market

In China, slowing growth and an increasingly tight regulatory environment are worsening investor sentiment. By the dawn of 2022, some of the most important risks that could affect Asian investment...

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China’s GDP grew above expectations in the fourth quarter

Gross domestic product in China grew better than expected in the fourth quarter, compared to a year before, but at the same time the growth rate was the lowest for...

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Zero-Sugar Oreos See Weak Response In China

Initial reaction from the launch of zero-sugar Oreo cookies in China has been disappointing, Mondelēz International Inc’s CEO said, underscoring some of the challenges facing the global snack giant as...

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Szijjártó: Hungary is the main investment destination for Chinese companies in Central Europe

“The government’s strategy of opening up to the east has proved to be a clear success story, which is also evident from the fact that Hungary has now become the...

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China To Produce Animal Feed Protein From Carbon Monoxide

Chinese researchers say they have found a way to produce an animal feed protein from carbon monoxide in what is being hailed as a breakthrough that could help reduce the...

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Chinese manufacturing output weakened further in October

The performance of China’s manufacturing sector weakened further in October due to energy supply problems and soaring commodity prices, according to data from China’s statistics office. The Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’...

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China’s retail and industry have strengthened

Chinese industry continued to slow at a faster pace than expected, while retail sales growth strengthened in September, exceeding analysts’ forecasts. Industrial production rose 3.1 percent year-on-year in September, according...

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Moody’s: US economic growth gives Europe a much bigger boost than to China

The recovery in the European economy is expected to be given a much stronger impetus than the Chinese economy for several reasons, according to a study presented by Moody’s Investors...

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Growth in Chinese industry and retail continued to slow in August

Growth in Chinese industry and retail sales slowed further than expected in August amid devastating floods in some parts of the country and the emergence of new corona virus outbreaks....

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Pandemic and logistical trends: digitisation and China’s rise by 2030

COVID-19 has led to significant changes in the logistics sector worldwide. Fluctuating demand, uneven supply, dramatic rise of e-commerce, realignment of logistics needs. Industry 4.0 and 5G. How does this...

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Chinese export growth has accelerated

Instead of the expected slowdown, Chinese export growth accelerated in August, continuing the recovery from the coronavirus pandemic. The Chinese customs service on Tuesday said the dollar-denominated value of exports...

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Brewing may have begun in China nine thousand years ago

According to a new Chinese study, brewing began in China nine thousand years ago, a thousand years earlier than previously thought. Beer drinking was part of the ritual reverence for...

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Chinese garlic exports fell

In the first five months of 2021, China exported 635 thousand tons of fresh and dried garlic, which is 20 percent less than the volume of the previous year, agrarszektor.hu...

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Alibaba Group Announces June Quarter 2021 Results

Alibaba Group Holding Limited (NYSE: BABA and HKEX: 9988, “Alibaba” or “Alibaba Group”) today announced its financial results for the quarter ended June 30, 2021. “Alibaba started the new fiscal...

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A crate of 1974 Chinese grain distillate was sold at a London auction at a record price of 1 million pounds

For one million British pounds (413 million forints), a crate was sold from a 1974 vintage of the legendary Chinese national drink, the pajcsiu – a grain distillate made mainly...

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China could be an important export market for Hungarian agriculture

Balázs Győrffy, President of the National Chamber of Agricultural Economy, was welcomed by Péter Várfi, The General Congreent of Guangzhou (Cantonese) on 21 June 2021, who will soon begin his...

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China Exports Rise Less than Estimated

Exports from China grew by 27.9% yoy to USD 263.92 billion in May 2021, easing from a 32.2% surge in April and compared with market consensus of 32.1%. This marked...

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