The export volume in a single month drops slightly, and the annual reduction is almost a foregone conclusion
According to China Customs statistics, in November 2020, China’s tea export volume was 30,100 tons, a year-on-year decrease of 0.81%; the export value was US$172 million, an increase of 2.40%year-on-year; the average export price was US$5.71/kg, compared with last year An increase of 3.24%over the same period.
From January to November 2020, the cumulative export volume of Chinese tea was 324,200 tons, a year-on-year decrease of 2.88%; the cumulative export value was US$1.879 billion, an increase of 2.8%year-on-year; the average export price was US$5.79/kg, a year-on-year increase of 5.85%.
I will look at the tea category. From January to November 2020, except for Pu’er tea, the export volume of other teas continued to decline in varying degrees. Specifically, from January to November, China’s green tea exports were 274,000 tons, accounting for 84.4%of total exports, a decrease of 3,352 tons, or 1.2%; black tea exports were 26,600 tons, accounting for 8.2%of total exports. , A decrease of 5531 tons, a decrease of 17.2%; the export volume of oolong tea was 15,400 tons, accounting for 4.8%of the total export volume, and a decrease of 1,038 tons, a decrease of 6.3%; the export volume of scented tea was 5550 tons, accounting for 1.7%of the total export volume. A decrease of 342 tons, a decrease of 5.8%; Pu’er tea exports to 3123 tons, accounting for 1.0%of total exports, an increase of 662 tons, an increase of 26.9%.