SCIO briefing on China's import and export performance in H1 2022

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TV Tokyo:

China's customs have not released the quantity of pipeline gas imported from Russia since January this year, and we would like to know this data. Also, what is the reason for not releasing the data? What do you think of the recent China-Russia trade? Thank you.

Li Kuiwen:

Thank you for your questions. Regarding your first question, since the release of statistical data for 2022, customs have continued to release the amount of gaseous natural gas online, and no longer published the data for multi-dimensional statistical groups other than the total import volume. This is mainly to protect the legitimate commercial rights and interests of relevant import and export consignees and consignors and to meet the needs of various data users for analyzing and using customs statistics. This practice is also in line with the international standards. Internationally, there are many countries that do not publish the amount and value of gaseous natural gas grouped by statistical items such as trading partners. Next, customs will continue to ensure data release and statistical services in accordance with the law.

Regarding your second question, let me brief you on relevant trade data. According to customs statistics, in the first half of this year, China's trade with Russia totaled 519.08 billion yuan, and that with Ukraine 35.3 billion yuan. Thank you.

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