China shipped 438.5 billion yuan worth of anti-pandemic materials to over 200 countries and regions from March to December, 2020, according to the latest foreign trade data released by the General Administration of Customs.

Meanwhile, products for the “stay-at-home economy”, including tablet personal computers, pasta makers and other household appliances, grew by 8.5 percent on a yearly basis to 2.51 trillion yuan, meeting consumers’ needs across the globe as they stayed at home during the pandemic.

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