China’s trade in goods with B&R countries exceeds USD5 trillion in 2013-2017

Beijing – China’s trade in goods with the countries along the Belt and Road routes totaled more than 5 trillion U.S. dollars during the period of 2013 to 2017, according to the Belt and Road Trade and Investment Forum recently held in Beijing.

China’s outbound direct investment in these countries exceeded 70 billion U.S. dollars during the five years. The Chinese enterprises promoted the establishment of 75 economic and trade cooperation zones in these countries, paid taxes of 2.2 billion U.S. dollars, and created 210,000 jobs.

Source: "Xinhua"


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