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2019年,中国成为意大利最大的非欧盟进口伙伴

2020-9-14 13:52

 

2020年5月8日,游客在上海虹桥进口商品展览交易中心观看意大利主题的展览。周五,意大利商品展览在这里举行,向游客展示意大利文化、美食和时尚趋势。(新华社/方哲)


这份长达600页的“蓝皮书”显示,意大利从非欧盟国家进口商品最多的国家是中国,其次是美国、土耳其、俄罗斯和瑞士。


新华社罗马9月12日电意大利海关和垄断机构发布的年度“蓝皮书”显示,2019年意大利从中国的进口额超过其他非欧盟国家。


根据周五发布的600页的“蓝皮书”,意大利从非欧盟国家进口商品最多的国家是中国,其次是美国、土耳其、俄罗斯和瑞士。


去年,美国购买了价值约451亿欧元(534亿美元)的意大利出口商品,成为意大利在欧盟以外的最大买家。瑞士和中国紧随其后,分别为240亿欧元和138亿欧元。这些总额大部分是在美国去年底对一系列欧洲产品提高进口关税之前积累的。


这两份清单都不包括来自欧盟成员国的贸易,因为欧盟27个成员国之间的贸易不受海关机构的征税。


总体而言,去年意大利对非欧盟国家的出口继续保持增值的趋势,同比增长5.2%。进口同比增长8.0%。


不过,该机构官员说,由于全球冠状病毒爆发的经济影响,这些趋势将在今年的数据汇总后逆转。

 

Visitors view exhibits during an Italy-themed exhibition held at the Hongqiao Import Commodity Exhibition and Trade Center in east China's Shanghai, May 8, 2020. An exhibition featuring Italian commodities was held here on Friday, presenting Italian culture, food and fashion trend to visitors. (Xinhua/Fang Zhe)

The list of the top non-EU countries from which Italy imported goods was headed by China, followed by the United States, Turkey, Russia, and Switzerland, according to the 600-page "Blue Book."

ROME, Sept. 12 (Xinhua) -- Italy imported more from China than from any other non-European Union (EU) countries in 2019, showed the annual "Blue Book" released by Italy's Customs and Monopolies Agency.

The list of the top non-EU countries from which Italy imported goods was headed by China, followed by the United States, Turkey, Russia, and Switzerland, according to the 600-page "Blue Book" released on Friday.

The United States bought around 45.1 billion euros (53.4 billion U.S. dollars) worth of Italian exports last year, making it Italy's largest buyer outside the EU. It was followed by Switzerland, with 24.0 billion euros, and China with 13.8 billion euros. The totals were mostly accumulated before the United States raised import tariffs on an array of European products late last year.

Both lists excluded trade from EU member states, since trade within the 27-nation bloc is not taxed by customs agencies.

Overall, Italy's exports to non-EU countries continued the trend of increasing in terms of value last year, rising by 5.2 percent compared to the previous year. Imports increased by 8.0 percent year-on-year.

However, agency officials said those trends would be reversed when data is totaled for this year, due to the economic impacts of the global coronavirus outbreak.

 

来自: xinhua