Report on Romania-China Trade in January-May 2019
According to the statistics of Romania, in January-May 2019, the volume of Romania-China trade reached US$2.439 billion, up 1.5% compared with that of 2018 over the same period of time. China is Romania鈥檚 8th largest trade partner, one place down than that in 2018 (No. 7) on the trade list, becoming Romania鈥檚 second largest trade partner outside the EU (following Turkey). Romania鈥檚 import from China reached US$2.148 billion, up 3.8% year on year and China was Romania鈥檚 5th largest import source, one place up than that in ranking of the pevious month (the top four import sources were Germany, Italy, Hungary and Poland), mainly importing electromechanical devices, audio equipment, nuclear reactor, boiler and mechanical products. Romania鈥檚 export to China reached US$291 million, down 12.3% year on year. China is Romania鈥檚 21st export destination, the same as that in the previous month, mainly exporting electromechanical devices, audio equipment, wood products, charcoal, nuclear reactor, boiler and mechanical products.
According to the statistics of China, in January-May 2019, China-Romania trade volume amounted to US$2.752 billion, up 2.6% compared with that of 2018 over the same period of time. Romania ranked as China鈥檚 65th trade partner, rising by four places (No. 69) on the trade list compared with that of 2018. Among these, China鈥檚 export to Romania was US$1.853 billion, up 2.3% year on year, and Romania was China鈥 s 55th export destination, mainly exporting nuclear reactor, boiler, electronic and mechanical products and audio equipment. China鈥檚 import from Romania was US$898 million, up 3.3% year on year, and Romania was China鈥檚 73rd import source, mainly importing electronic and mechanical products, audio equipment, nuclear reactor, boiler, photo-optical medical equipment and wood products.
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