Brunei-China bilateral trade reaches US$2.85bil in 2021

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN (Borneo Bulletin/Asia News Network): Bilateral trade between Brunei Darussalam and China has reached a record high of US$2.85 billion last year, said the Chinese Ambassador to Brunei Darussalam Yu Hong (pic) during an online media briefing on Thursday (Feb 17).

This was a 46.6-per cent increase compared to the previous year, she said. The ambassador said that despite the pandemic, trade between the country and China continue to grow.

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