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Importações e exportações da China têm forte alta com reabertura da economia global

Importações e exportações da China têm forte alta com reabertura da economia global

Resultado de setembro sugere que país está se recuperando rapidamente do impacto da pandemia sobre o comércio exterior.

As importações da China cresceram em seu ritmo mais rápido este ano em setembro, enquanto as exportações aumentaram fortemente à medida que mais parceiros comerciais suspenderam restrições relacionadas ao coronavírus em um impulso adicional à segunda maior economia do mundo.

As exportações em setembro aumentaram 9,9% em relação a setembro do ano anterior, mostraram dados alfandegários na terça-feira, em linha com as expectativas dos analistas e acima de um sólido aumento de 9,5% em agosto.

O forte desempenho do comércio sugere que os exportadores chineses estão se recuperando rapidamente do impacto da pandemia sobre as encomendas do exterior.

À medida que a economia global retoma, as empresas chinesas estão correndo para conquistar participação de mercado, enquanto suas rivais lutam contra a redução da capacidade de produção.

“O panorama geral é que os embarques continuam fortes, com a redução da demanda por produtos relacionados à Covid-19, como máscaras faciais, sendo em grande parte compensada por uma recuperação na demanda mais ampla por bens de consumo chineses”, disse o economista sênior da Capital Economics, Julian Evans-Pritchard disse.

“Um salto nas importações sugere que os gastos com investimento doméstico continuam fortes.”

As importações aumentaram 13,2% em setembro, bem acima das expectativas de alta de 0,3% e após uma queda de 2,1% em agosto. A força das importações foi ampla para quase todos os principais parceiros comerciais da China.

Source: https://g1.globo.com/economia/noticia/2020/10/13/importacoes-e-exportacoes-da-china-tem-forte-alta-com-reabertura-da-economia-global.ghtml

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Sanctioned law extending drawback deadlines by one year

Sanctioned law extending drawback deadlines by one year

Result of the conversion of MP 960, adopted to reduce pandemic impacts, legislation applies to the suspension and exemption regimes.

Law no. 14.060 was sanctioned on Friday, which extends the terms of the suspension and exemption drawback regimes for one year, informed the Ministry of Economy. The law is the result of the conversion of Provisional Measure (MP) 960, of May 4, adopted to reduce the impacts of covid-19 on the Brazilian economy.

Drawback regimes seek to make Brazilian products more competitive by relieving taxes on imports and local purchases of inputs for the production of goods destined for the foreign market.

Last year, US $ 49.1 billion were exported using drawback, according to data from the Foreign Trade Secretariat (Secex). The value represents 21.8% of Brazil's total foreign sales in the period.
According to the Ministry of Economy, the original text of MP 960 extended the deadlines only for the suspension drawback. However, the law extended the benefit to the exemption regime.
As a result, companies gained more time to carry out imports authorized under this regime and which have a deadline to be completed. It was estimated that, in a scenario of declining activity and lower revenues, the purchase of inputs in the authorized quantities could cause cash difficulties for exporters.
In the exemption drawback, the company exports and, with that, gains the right to purchase inputs without taxes to eventually use in a future export.
According to data from Secex, there are 325 concessionary drawback exemption acts due this year and authorized input replacements in the order of US $ 942.3 million. Of these, US $ 424.9 million, or about 45% of the total, refer to operations that, with the new law, may be concluded in 2021.

Por Lu Aiko Otta, Valor

Source: https://valor.globo.com/brasil/noticia/2020/09/25/sancionada-lei-que-prorroga-prazos-do-drawback-por-um-ano.ghtml

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Physical fairs are replaced by events on digital platforms

In times of pandemic, physical fairs are replaced by events on digital platforms

Brasília - The pandemic of the new coronavirus has driven transformations in business models. Traditional physical fairs give more and more space to digital events. The fact happens both in the domestic and international environment. In this context, the shows Micam Milano (Italy), Micam America's (United States), Coterie (United States) and Children's Club (United States), supported by Brazilian Footwear, a program carried out by the Brazilian Association of Footwear Industries (Abicalçados) in partnership with the Brazilian Export and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil), they signed a partnership with the NuOrder platform to take place in digital format.

NuOrder will make alanding pageexclusive for each of the events between September 1st and November 15th, when the exhibiting brands will be able to exhibit - and sell - their products to a base of more than 500 thousand registered buyers on the platform, most of them from the United States, Canada, Central America and Europe.

In the same modality there will be Sourcing at Magic, a North American trade fair recognized internationally for the negotiation of large volumes, between September 15th and December 15th. On this platform, participating companies will have the opportunity to interact with buyers through various points of contact, being able to take a proactive approach to the customers of interest, in addition to benefiting from the service ofmatchmakingavailable on the website itself.

The initiative will also have a service of analytics, the company being able to evaluate in real time the products of better performance to update its page and collection according to the interests of the buyers. Abicalçados' Project Manager, Letícia Sperb Masselli, points out that, in this edition, Brazil will be the focus country, with special emphasis on image promotion actions and a webinar on the Brazilian potential as a shoe supplier. “In the webinar - still with no confirmed date - we will bring the theme of Brazil as an alternative for the production of shoes outside Asia”, he adds.


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Letícia points out that trade fairs are meeting a business model that gained momentum during the spread of the new coronavirus pandemic. “There was already a process of digitizing the market, which was boosted by the restrictions imposed by the pandemic. Today the company needs to act on both fronts, physical and digital, otherwise it will not survive in an increasingly competitive and digitalized market ”, comments Letícia, who expects good adhesion from important international networks at the events.

Both actions are open for registration and will receive a 50% subsidy from the Brazilian Footwear program. More information by emailpaola@abicalcados.com.br.

(*) With information from Apex-Brasil

Source: https://www.comexdobrasil.com/em-tempos-de-pandemia-feiras-fisicas-sao-substituidas-por-eventos-em-plataformas-digitais/

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