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szdaily -> Business
At a Glance
    2017-August-24  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Chery overseas sales

CHERY Automobile Co. wants to grow its share of overseas sales to a third of total sales, up from a quarter currently, but plans to do so organically and not through acquisitions, its chief executive said.

Chen Anning said in an interview yesterday that while the company was open to forms of cooperation such as joint ventures, it was not actively looking for mergers in its bid to crack markets such as western Europe.

Namibian beef deal

CHINA is considering reviewing a beef import agreement with Namibia, the country’s ambassador to Namibia Zhang Yiming said Tuesday, raising the possibility that restrictions could be eased.

Namibia had expected to start exporting bone-in beef to China last year, making it the only African country allowed to export beef to the country, but an outbreak of lumpy skin disease (LSD) in July last year halted that.

Gasoline exports

GASOLINE exports of China rose 5.9 percent from a year ago in July to the third-highest monthly level since at least 2000 while diesel exports remained high, customs data showed yesterday.

China’s July gasoline exports rose to 1.02 million tons, according to data from the General Administration of Customs. That was the highest since at least 2000.

Corn imports

CHINA imported 910,000 tons of corn in July, the fourth highest volume on record, customs data showed yesterday, the latest sign of strong demand for cheaper grain after domestic prices surged earlier in the summer.

July corn imports were 910,000 tons, up from 383,093 tons in June and 28,985 tons in July last year, according to the data.

 

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