China News Agency, Beijing, November 29th (Reporter Li Xiaoyu) The latest data released by the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade on the 29th shows that the global economic and trade friction index in August this year was 162, an increase of 73 points compared to July, and an increase of 62 points compared to the same period last year. points, indicating that global economic and trade frictions are still at a relatively high level.
Among them, in terms of countries (regions), India, Brazil, Argentina, Indonesia, and the United States are the main countries that have triggered global economic and trade frictions.
In terms of sectors, global economic and trade frictions mainly involve steel and steel products, vehicles and their spare parts, mechanical appliances and their parts, electrical and electrical equipment and their parts, precision instruments and equipment, plastics and their products, etc.
In terms of sub-measures, other restrictive measures index ranks first among the five types of measures indexes, followed by import and export tariff measures index, technical trade measures index, import and export restrictive measures index and trade remedy measures index.
Other restrictive measures include trade-related intellectual property rights measures, investment measures, subsidy measures, etc.
The "Global Economic and Trade Friction Index" is a trend monitoring index compiled by the Economic and Trade Friction Legal Advisory Committee of the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade.
This indicator covers five areas: import and export tariff measures, trade remedy measures, technical trade measures, import and export restrictive measures and other restrictive measures.