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Lithuania’s China exports declined

Due to the ongoing trade embargo, EU member state Lithuania’s exports to China have fallen drastically in early 2022. In January and February, exports fell 88.4 percent year-on-year to $9.5 million, according to data from China’s customs authority. The People’s Republic has blocked Lithuanian goods in its customs system since early December. The data does not break down which goods apparently made it into China in the first two months despite the embargo. The data also did not show whether the goods were imported or merely declared to customs.

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