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High-tech, high value-added products have become the main products of Sino-Russian trading

Data from Manzhouli Customs, the largest port in China and Russia, shows that high-tech, high-value-added products such as electronic products and auto parts are becoming the main force for exporting goods to Manchuria Port, accounting for 32% of the beginning of the 2013 China-European class. The current 69%.

It is understood that since the opening of the China-Europe team, the goods exported through the Manzhouli Port have gradually changed from light industrial textiles and daily necessities to high-tech, high value-added products such as auto parts, notebook computers and liquid crystal displays.

"From the increase and change of the types of goods leaving the country, it can be seen that the recognition of Chinese products by European countries is getting higher and higher, and the demand is getting stronger and stronger." Xu Xuemeng, deputy section chief of the Logistics Monitoring Division of the Manzhouli Customs Station Office.

In September 2013, the first column of [Sumanou" Central European trains exited the Manzhouli Port. At present, the number of Central European trains entering and leaving the Manchuria port has reached 50. The main collection sites cover more than 60 cities including the Yangtze River Delta, the Pearl River Delta, and Chongqing and Tianjin. The nearly 100 billion yuan of goods from China are shipped to Russia. More than 30 cities in 12 countries and regions such as Poland and Germany.

On the return journey, China Europe and the United States form a fixed return trip source for sheet metal, wine produced in Europe, and grain and oil products. The return empty container rate has been greatly reduced. This year's return shift list has increased by 46% compared with the same period of last year.