• Exports of the German electrical and electronic industries have grown. According to data released by the German Electrical and Electronic Industry Association, the total export value of this industry in the first seven months was 126.7 billion euros, an increase of 12.0% year-on-year. Exports in July amounted to 18 billion euros, an increase of 6.8% year-on-year. Among them, exports to China amounted to 2.1 billion euros, a year-on-year increase of 5.3%.
  • Bangladesh’s trucking industry strikes, and port operations have been hit hard.


  • The entry of new sellers on Amazon’s global store opened officially. All new sellers only need to register once before open 13 Amazon overseas sites in North America (U.S., Canada, Mexico), Europe (UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Sweden, Poland), Japan, and Australia.
  • DHL’s e-commerce business expanded to the Middle East market. Recently, Horizon FCB Dubai launched the DHL Mena eSHOP application for the Middle East market. Shoppers on the platform can browse and purchase their favorite American brands with just a tap of their fingers, and support the integration of multiple orders into one package.
  • Shanghai Waigaoqiao has won an order for 10 container ships from Seaspan to build 10 conventional fuel container ships of 7000TEU, which will be delivered in 2024. ONE provides chartering support. The total order value is US$860 million.
  • Amazon founder Jeff Bezos donated US$1 billion to protect the planet. The goal is to protect 30% of the planet’s land and oceans by 2030 to prevent species extinction.
  • Samsung Semiconductor ranks first in the world in terms of sales. According to data released by market research agency Omdia, Samsung’s semiconductor sales accounted for 14.11% in the third quarter of 2021, ranking first in the world. This is Samsung’s 11 quarters since the third quarter of 2018, surpassing Intel again to become the number one.


  • Most of China’s commodity futures closed up, while the black and chemical industries soared. As of the close of the afternoon of September 23, most of China’s commodity futures closed up, black and chemical industries rose sharply, thermal coal, manganese silicon, and ferrosilicon rose by daily limit, coking coal rose by more than 6%, PVC rose by more than 5%, palm, methanol, fuel oil, PP , Coke rose by more than 4%, urea, iron ore, soda ash, Shanghai tin, soybean oil, ethylene glycol rose by more than 3%, PTA, Shanghai aluminum, staple fiber rose by more than 2%.


  • OECD: Global GDP exceeds the level before the epidemic. At the same time, the forecast for global economic growth in 2021 has been slightly revised down to 5.7%, and the forecast for global economic growth in 2022 has been revised up slightly to 4.5%.