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2022-10-19
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Introduction: the General Administration of Customs issued a report on the 5th that China's steel imports continued to decline in 2008, with a total of 15.428 million tons of steel imported throughout the year. Jinan experimental machine factory, a nationally renowned large enterprise, decreased by 8.6% over the previous year, with an import value of 23.43 billion US dollars, an increase of 14%. The report points out that from 2007 to 2008, ordinary computers can also be equipped. In the first half of the year, China's monthly steel imports basically maintained

the General Administration of Customs released a report on the 5th that China's steel imports continued to decline in 2008, with a cumulative annual steel imports of 15.428 million tons, a decrease of 8.6% over the previous year, and an import value of 23.43 billion US dollars, an increase of 14%

The report points out that from 2007 to the first half of 2008, China's monthly steel imports basically remained between 1.3 million tons and 1.6 million tons. With the enhancement of domestic steel substitution capacity, the scale of steel import has shown a trend of gradual reduction. Affected by the international financial crisis in the second half of 2008, domestic steel demand shrank, and the decline in import volume was more obvious. The monthly import volume fell from 1.444 million tons in July 2008 to 929000 tons in December. Since January 2002, the monthly import volume fell below 1million tons for the first time after the instrument was reset, a sharp decrease of 30.4% year-on-year, a new low in seven years. The import of general trade decreased slightly, and the import of processing trade exceeded half. In 2008, China imported 6.476 million tons of steel in general trade, down 3.5%, accounting for 42% of China's total steel imports in the same period; In the same period, 8.39 million tons were imported by semi-automatic control trade mode of processing 5 and simply supported beam impact testing machine, a decrease of 12%, accounting for 54.4%

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