① National Bureau of Statistics: The manufacturing purchasing managers’ index in July was 49%, below the threshold.
② The “Interim Measures for the Gradient Cultivation and Management of High-Quality Small and Medium-sized Enterprises” will come into force on August 1.
③ Foshan Council for the Promotion of International Trade released the “2022 Global Small Appliance Trend Insights White Paper”.
④ CMA CGM announced a further reduction of sea freight, which will be implemented on August 1.
⑤ The largest container port in the UK, Felixstowe port dockers decided to strike in August.
⑥ Hungary narrowed the range of fuel price caps and released strategic fuel reserves.
⑦ A new round of high temperature strikes, and wildfires in many European countries continue to spread.
⑧ US Department of Commerce: Will limit the scale of government subsidies to chip companies.
⑨ In the second quarter, Germany’s economy grew at zero compared to the previous quarter, and it is expected that a “recession is unavoidable” in the second half of the year.
⑩ Following San Francisco, California, New York State declared a state of emergency due to the spread of monkeypox.
Post time: Aug-01-2022