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China trade borders on Taiwan after Pelosi’s visit drop in ocean

Beijing new trade blocks against Taiwan influences approximately 0.04% of there are two of themway trademake them more political than economic.

Beijing took action against Taiwan after US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to the island earlier this month despite Beijing’s warnings. This included pendants of import of Taiwanese citrus fruits, frozen fish, sweets and biscuits and export of natural sands to Taiwan.

Taiwan is a self-governing democracy, but Beijing considers the island part of of his territory and the breakaway province. China says Taiwan has no right to conduct foreign relations and warned for weeks against Pelosi visit.

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Speaker of the US House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi with Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen after arriving to the President office on August 3, 2022 in Taipei, Taiwan. Pelosi’s visit infuriated China, which claims the self-governing island as its own, and responded with test starts up of ballistic missiles over Taipei for in first time and also ditch some lines of dialogue with Washington.

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Regarding Taiwan’s imports from mainland China, more how half of $82 billion sold in 2021 – electrical machines, electronic and technological parts, as well as nuclear reactors and boilers.

As for Taiwan’s exports to China, 65% of they were also similar products in electrical machines, electronic and technological parts.

Drop in ocean

On the other hand, the volume of trade in areas targeted by Beijing are relatively small.

Export of natural sand to Taiwan targeted by Beijing were drop in ocean against the above figures. They amounted to about $3.5 million. last yeardata for taiwanese trade bureau showed.

They were also a small trade compared with export of natural sand from Australia and Vietnam, the largest suppliers of natural sand in taiwan last year. Together they wagered about $64 million. of raw material used in construction and other industries that produce up 70% of Taiwan’s purchases, according to his trade bureau.

Similarly target trade of citrus fruits were rated relative small $10 million last year although mainland China was also Biggest buyer of citrus fruits in Taiwan, Taiwan trade data showed.

Agricultural products now in headers are just part of of Taiwan export basket. So the headline impact on Taiwan won’t really be noticeable.

Nick Marro

Economic Intelligence Group

Other purposes such as Taiwan’s export of bread, pastries, cakes and biscuits in mainland China have been worth more more than 50 million dollars in total last year.

Specific suspension of Beijing of two kinds of frozen fish, horse mackerel and bighead hairtail were evaluated at over $3 million in 2021, according to Taiwanese trade bureau.

China’s Economic Response against Taiwan is old strategy in his diplomatic play. However, his decision focus on relatively low cost trade items reflects the limitations of its tools of economic pressure,” said global trade lead analyst in Economist Intelligence Unit, Nick Marro.

“His already there were restrictions on Chinese guests in Taiwan in place for several years that bear more economic importance; agricultural products now in headers are just part of of Taiwan export basket. So the headline impact on Taiwan won’t really be noticeable.”

precedents

Beijing trade pendants against Taiwan is not new phenomenon.

In previous years, tensions between them had led to bans on travelers from the mainland to Taiwan.

Last year, China has suspended imports of Taiwanese pineapples with reference to quarantine measures over “harmful creatures” who came with fruit. China was Taiwan’s biggest pineapple buyer up to this moment.

Investments bank Natixis said that the recent Chinese trade restrictions are concentrated on “highly replaceable foods”, but not information and communication technology sector in that two trading partners have the most trade.

AT bank also stated that mainland China will continue to import goods from Taiwan as long as it needs goods, similar to what he did in Another trade conflicts such as one it has with Australia and USA.

In China-Australia trade dispute that started in 2020, China limited purchase of some goods such as barley and coal, but continued buy iron ore from australia, key ingredient for Steel production in China and the foundation of in countries’ trade.

Maybe also be other consequences of Pelosi’s visit that could hurt the broader regional trade. For example, elevated military drill in Analysts said the Taiwan Strait could delay supplies.

“Closing down of these transportation routes – even temporarily – have consequences not only for Taiwan, but also trade flows related to Japan and South Korea,” Marro said.

“Is not just a story for Taiwan and China, but also for their neighbors too.”

The analysis carried out by the logistics platform Container xChange showed that any change in the route of shipping lines in avoid military exercise can be problematic for in trading world as it enters the peak shipping season.

However, Container xChange chief executive Christian Roeloffs said supply chains more stable over well of pandemic.

Customer Reviews shows any change in itinerary of ships away from the Taiwan Strait, add a few days to go on a flight, though Roeloffs doesn’t expect a massive hit to logistics costs.

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