International trade
International trade predetermines the vector of development of the world economy. Now, the volume of international trade is growing rapidly, which contributes to the intensification of production processes and deepening countries’ specializations.
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30 publications
Types of materials
Period
Report
06.22.2021
Report
06.22.2021
E-commerce and its impact on Trans-Eurasian railway cargo transportation

The e-commerce boom has become a sign of today. The main factors here are the focus on the PRC as a driver of global demand and the «workshop of the world», as well as the attraction of electronic cross-border trade to faster delivery methods, one of which is railways.

Article
05.19.2021
China’s Economy Recovered Steadily in 2020 with Main Goals Accomplished Better Than Expectation
The national economy recovered steadily, employment and living standards were ensured forcefully, and the main goals and tasks of economic and social development were accomplished better than expectation. GDP was 101,598.6 billion yuan in 2020, an increase of 2.3 percent over last year.
National Bureau of Statistics of China
Article
04.12.2021
Retail giants look to greener cargo ships to meet climate goals
Pressure from some of their biggest customers is pushing companies like global shipping giant Maersk to pollute less when they transport goods. It’s a sign that individual companies’ commitments to tackling climate change can influence others along the entire supply chain.