The transition period of brexit is coming to an end, and there is not much time left for Britain and Europe to warn each other
Britain and the European Union warned each other on November 30 that it was running out of time to reach a trade agreement on brexit, Reuters reported. Negotiators from both sides have been arguing over state aid, law enforcement and fisheries. At present, the UK and the EU are trying to reach a trade agreement to avoid the two sides’ trade facing obstacles at the end of December. But the transition period for brexit will end on December 31, and the UK has previously said it will not be extended. After the trade agreement is finalized, it still needs to be approved by the parliaments of both sides, so there is not much time to delay.
Japanese media reported that China’s share of exports rose
Japanese media reported on November 29 that China’s share in the total exports of major economies in the world is on the rise. According to the report, among the total exports of OECD members and China, the proportion of China’s exports in the first quarter of this year was weak due to the impact of the epidemic. With the rapid recovery of China’s economy, the share of China’s exports has increased. According to statistics, China’s exports accounted for more than 20% from April to September.
Japan’s industrial and mining production rebounded for five consecutive months
Japan’s industrial and mining production rebounded for the fifth consecutive month in October, with a year-on-year decline narrowing to 3.2%, according to preliminary statistics released by the Ministry of economy, industry and industry on November 30. Data show that in October, the general and industrial machinery, automobile, electrical and information communication machinery and other industries continued to warm up, driving the industrial and mining production index to rise 3.8% to 95.0 month on month. Meanwhile, the shipment index rose 4.6% to 94.7 month on month, while the inventory index and inventory rate index continued to decline.
The exchange rate of the Kenyan Shilling against the US dollar fell to a record low
Affected by the rising market demand for the US dollar and the decrease in the income of the foreign exchange earning sector, the exchange rate of the Kenyan Shilling against the US dollar continued to drop to a record low on November 30. On the same day, the data released by the Central Bank of Kenya showed that the middle rate of Kenyan Shilling against the US dollar was 110.0535 to 1, breaking through the market psychological barrier of 110.
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