- Huawei: In 2021, the conservative estimate of the target to be equipped with Hongmeng equipment is 300 million units. Including 200 million mobile phones; more than 30 million pads, watches, smart screens, speakers, etc., and partner devices. Hongmeng’s primary goal is to use a set of systems that can be flexibly mounted on various IoT devices to achieve system unification.
- China Automobile Association: The situation of automobile production and sales shows that market demand is still recovering, and the potential of the Chinese automobile market is still huge. In 2021, China’s car sales are expected to reach 26 million, of which the sales of new energy vehicles will reach 1.8 million. Looking forward to the next five years, the domestic automobile market may remain stable, and it is expected to reach 30 million vehicles in 2025.
- The soaring freight rate of chartering ships in the global container ship field has made the price of ships occupied for a long time staggering. Currently, the charter rate for a 2500 TEU feeder ship for 6 to 12 months is US$20,500 per day.
- Ghana increased the port tax rate for cargo containers (port tax, handling fee and clean-up fee). The 20-foot container was raised by 15.74%, and the 40-foot container was raised by 16.81%.
- As of March 1, 2021 local time, U.S. Treasury bonds exceeded $28 trillion for the first time.
- Six EU member states including Spain have signed a joint statement requiring the EU to unify the standards for restarting non-essential travel to restart the tourism industry, such as using a certificate of immunity to the new crown virus as a travel pass. These six countries include Spain, Austria, Bulgaria, Greece, Malta and Slovakia.
- South Africa will not introduce any tax increase measures this year, because the tax revenue of the previous fiscal year is estimated to have increased by nearly 100 billion rand (about 44.25 billion yuan) than expected.
- Russia has included the renminbi in its national welfare fund. Recently, the Russian Ministry of Finance converted part of the funds of the Russian sovereign wealth fund’s national welfare fund from US dollars and euros into RMB and Japanese yen. The RMB accounted for 15%. According to the report, the share of US dollars and euros in the standard foreign exchange structure of the National Welfare Fund has been reduced from 45% to 35%, including RMB (share of 15%) and Japanese yen (share of 5%). The share of the British pound remains unchanged at 10%.