- Chinese customs data gives first glimpse of the scale of unofficial blockade, with 91.4 per cent drop in shipments from the Baltic state in December
- Beijing denies an official embargo, telling EU sources local businesses will not buy goods from countries that ‘attack China’s sovereignty’
Lithuania’s exports to China suffered a near-total collapse in December, amid a blazing row over the Baltic state’s support for Taiwan.
Chinese government customs data released on Thursday showed shipments from Lithuania to China dropped by 91.4 per cent last month from a year earlier.
Compared to November 2021, the drop was 91.1 per cent, offering support to Lithuanian exporters’ complaints that they have been frozen out of the Chinese market in recent weeks.
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