US oil exports to China hit zero again

For the past two months, US exports of oil to China have clocked in at zero, according to Bimco. But other countries have increased their import of US oil.

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Not a single barrel of oil was transported from the US to China by sea in September as well.

For the second month in a row, US oil exports to China came to a big fat zero, writes Bimco. This development happened despite the fact that crude oil is not part of "the official trade war" between the two countries, adds the shipping organization.

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