• Ministry of Commerce: From January to August, China’s total service imports and exports amounted to 3,271.66 billion yuan, an increase of 9.4% year-on-year; of which, service exports amounted to 1,549.99 billion yuan, an increase of 25.3%; imports amounted to 1,721.66 billion yuan ,down 1.8%. In August, the total value of imports and exports of services was 462.47 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 24.8%. Service exports were 212.84 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 40.2%; service imports were 249.62 billion yuan,A year-on-year increase of 14.1%.
  • Banana Production Association of the Canary Region of Spain: The volcanic eruption on La Palma Island has severely affected the banana industry on the island. Banana exports are an important source of income for the island. Affected by factors such as volcanic ash and lack of blowers, of the island’s current total production of 145 million kilograms of bananas, about 80 million kilograms of bananas cannot be sold.


  • Tesla: In the third quarter, 241,300 vehicles were delivered and 237,800 vehicles were produced, a year-on-year increase of 64%. Among them, 228,900 are Model 3 and Y cars, which are more affordable Mid-range product.
  • BYD: In September, it achieved sales of 71,100 new energy vehicles, a year-on-year increase of 257.62%; cumulative sales of new energy vehicles from January to September was 337,600, a year-on-year increase of 204.29%.

China &World

  • People’s Daily: China’s total civil aviation transportation turnover and passenger turnover both rank second in the world. During the 13th Five-Year Plan period, the number of domestic civil aviation certification airports increased to 241, newer than in 2012.There were 58 more airports, 39 airports with a passenger throughput of 10 million, and 11 airports with a passenger throughput of 30 million.
  • CCTV News: This year’s National Day holiday Hainan outlying island duty-free sales are hot. On October 1, Haikou Customs supervised a total of 171 million yuan of duty-free shopping on outlying islands, a year-on-year increase of 122%.
  • CCTV Finance: As energy prices rise, tens of millions of European households may not be able to afford heating this winter and fall into the predicament of “energy poverty”. Overall,Bulgaria and Lithuania have the worst conditions, with nearly 30% of households in the total population experiencing “energy poverty”.