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Increasing the activity of Chinese ports - illustrates the increase in trade with other countries

The volume of container traffic in the main ports of China has been steadily growing since March 2014, writes China Daily, which illustrates the increase in trade turnover between China and other countries. Containers usually carry basic consumer goods: electronics, clothing, furniture, etc.

For example, in the port of Ningbo, Zhejiang province, the level of traffic increased in April by 20% compared to last year, and in Shanghai - by 6%.

The situation in the segment of containerized cargo looks particularly good against the background of slowing growth in other sectors of the economy. In just four months 2014, transportation agreements were concluded for a total amount of 8,1 trillion yuan ($ 1,29 trillion).

Chinese experts believe that the growth in freight volumes corresponds to the real state of affairs in the Chinese economy.

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