China's 2020 port calls exceed those from same period last year

The number of calls at Chinese ports are now 20 percent higher than last year, writes Drewry, thereby serving as an indication that China's wheels are once again spinning after the coronavirus.


China's economy appears to be back at full force, writes maritime and supply chain consultancy firm Drewry.

In a new update, Drewry points out that ports in China reveal a strong increase in vessels calling at ports within all shipping segments.

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