6.13 Report

① The National Bureau of Statistics will release May economic data on the 15th.
② Guangzhou introduced ten measures to further bail out small and medium-sized enterprises.
③ In the first five months, 310,000 TEUs of goods were sent by the new western land-sea corridor train.
④ The US government has taken a number of measures to promote the development of domestic clean energy.
⑤ Thousands of workers in German ports went on strike.
⑥ Report: The female workforce in the Middle East and North Africa can add $2 trillion to GDP.
⑦ Japan’s wholesale prices surged 9.1% in May due to a weak yen.
⑧ The global average monthly price of containers rose for the first time this year.
⑨ South Africa’s manufacturing output fell sharply in April.
⑩ The 12th WTO Ministerial Conference opened in Geneva, focusing on four major issues including epidemic response.

Post time: Jun-13-2022