• The Wall Street Journal reported that based on tests on blood samples from residents of nine U.S. states, the new coronavirus had emerged in the U.S. as early as mid-December 2019, which was earlier than the first confirmed case in the U.S. officially reported by the U.S. One month, several weeks before China officially confirmed the new coronavirus.
  • Reuters reported that the subway system that provides service in the Washington area of ​​the US capital may be forced to terminate weekend operations in 2021. In addition, Washington will close 19 subway stations and reduce the number of subway operations on weekdays to make up for an additional US$500 million that Congress has not approved. Budget gap. The Washington subway system serves approximately 6 million people.
  • The EU has initiated import monitoring of bioethanol.
  • Japan plans to cut aviation fuel taxes by up to 80%.
  • The exchange rate of Kenyan shilling against the US dollar fell to a new low.
  • Turkey’s Q3 GDP grew by 6.7%
  • Germany launched 10 billion euros to support start-ups.
  • On November 30th, the British retail giant entered the custody stage (with Topshop, Burton and Dorothy Perkins), and the future development of the group’s 13,000 employees faced uncertainty.
  • Starting from December 7th, the operation of U63763 of Russian Ural Airlines (Yekaterinburg to Xi’an) has been suspended for 4 weeks.
  • The Myanmar International Commercial Passenger Flight Restriction Order was extended to December 31, and the domestic commercial passenger flight restriction order was extended to December 15.
  • Chile’s exports to China in the first 10 months increased by 12.7%, and imports from China were US$11.533 billion, a year-on-year decrease of 1.8%.


  • The national vocational skill standard for “e-sports players” will be officially introduced.
  • China’s right-age population has low willingness to give birth, the total fertility rate has fallen below the warning line, and population development has entered a critical transition period
  • In November, the Caixin Manufacturing PMI was 54.9, the highest value since December 2010.
  • China’s national fiscal expenditure on education exceeded 4 trillion yuan for the first time in 2019, with an average annual growth rate of 8.2%; it accounted for 4.04% of GDP and remained above 4% for the eighth consecutive year.
  • In Q3, China’s adult watch market shipped 4.5 million units, an increase of 76.8% year-on-year, setting a record growth rate in the past year. Among them, under the leadership of Huawei, many manufacturers actively followed up and jointly promoted the growth of their market shipments to 138.8%; the smartwatch market resumed growth driven by the new Apple Watch, achieving a growth rate of 25.5% year-on-year.
  • At present, the interconnection rate of primary and secondary schools in China has risen from 69.3% in 2015 to 99.7%.
  • In Q3, global sales of smartphones to end users totaled 366 million units, a year-on-year decrease of 5.7%. The global sales of mobile phones sold to end users totaled 401 million units, a year-on-year decrease of 8.7%. In the third quarter, Samsung and Xiaomi achieved growth for the first time this year. Among them, Xiaomi’s mobile phone sales increased by 34.9% year-on-year, surpassing Apple to rank third for the first time, and Huawei’s mobile phone sales fell by 21.3% year-on-year.


  • Xiaomi Group will issue 1 billion additional shares at a price range of 23.7-24.5 Hong Kong dollars per share.
  • Zoom’s third-quarter net profit surged 89 times year-on-year, with total revenue of US$777.2m, an increase of 367% from the  US$166.6m in the same period last year;
  • S&P reached an agreement to acquire IHS Markit. The existing shareholders of S&P Global will hold approximately 67.75% of the combined company; shareholders of IHS Markit will hold approximately 32.25% of the shares.
  • Toyota’s global sales in November increased by 8.3% year-on-year to 847,000 vehicles; production increased by 9% to 845,000 vehicles.
  • Xiaopeng Motors delivered a total of 4,224 units in November, a year-on-year increase of 342%, a record high in 2020. From January to November, the cumulative delivery volume was 21,341 units, a year-on-year increase of 87%. Since the start of large-scale delivery at the end of June this year, Xpeng P7 has delivered a total of 11,371 units, setting a record for the fastest delivery of a single model of a new power brand; Xpeng G3 delivered 1492 units in a single month, an increase of 59% from the previous month, setting a new high in 2020.
  • In November of Wuling Motors, the cumulative sales of Hongguang MINIEV reached 33,094, and the highest single-day sales exceeded 2,000. As of now, it has become the only model in the domestic new energy market with monthly sales exceeding 30,000. Hongguang MINIEV had previously ranked first in the domestic new energy retail sales list for two consecutive months, with sales of 14,495 units in September and 20,631 units in October.
  • In November, NIO delivered a total of 5,291 new cars, a year-on-year increase of 109.3%. After October, it exceeded 5,000 units. It set a new high for the brand’s monthly deliveries for the fourth consecutive month and the eighth consecutively since April this year. It doubled month-on-year.
  • Huawei became the number one brand in Russia to sell smartphones online, accounting for 30% of total online sales.
  • The products of Tesla’s planned new charging pile factory in Shanghai are produced in accordance with national standards and will first meet the domestic market. It has not yet been determined whether the Shanghai charging pile factory will carry out export business in the future.