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ChinaMed

Energy

Definition:

The indicator shows Chinese dependence on the Mediterranean region for its energy consumption.

 

Caveat:

The data utilized come from two different datasets.

 

Source:

ITC Trade Map (http://www.trademap.org/Index.aspx) and 2015 China Trade and External Economic Statistical Yearbook.

Definition:

The indicator shows China's energy imports dependence on the Mediterranean region and its three sub-regions (Middle East, North Africa and South Europe) between 2001 and 2015. It is defined as the ratio between China's energy product imports from the region/sub-region examined, and China's total imports of global energy products.

 

Caveat:

In statistics, energy is the heat and power produced by burning fuel, whereas fuel is any substance burned to produce energy. This database defines energy and fuel as energy products following the International Recommendations for Energy Statistics of the United Nations Statistic Division (for a detailed classification of energy products see pp.32-34 http://unstats.un.org/unsd/statcom/doc11/BG-IRES.pdf).

 

Source:

ITC Trade Map (http://www.trademap.org/Index.aspx)

Definition:

The indicator shows the dependence of countries on China as a market for energy products (at least 4%).

 

Caveat:

In statistics, energy is the heat and power produced by burning fuel, whereas fuel is any substance burned to produce energy. This database defines energy and fuel as energy products following the International Recommendations for Energy Statistics of the United Nations Statistic Division (for a detailed classification of energy products see pp.32-34 http://unstats.un.org/unsd/statcom/doc11/BG-IRES.pdf).

 

Source:

ITC Trade Map (http://www.trademap.org/Index.aspx).

Definition:

The indicator shows the dependence of countries on China as a market for energy products (at least 4%).

 

Caveat:

In statistics, energy is the heat and power produced by burning fuel, whereas fuel is any substance burned to produce energy. This database defines energy and fuel as energy products following the United Nations Statistic Division’s International Recommendations for Energy Statistics (for a detailed classification of energy products see pp.32-34 http://unstats.un.org/unsd/statcom/doc11/BG-IRES.pdf).

 

Source:

ITC Trade Map (http://www.trademap.org/Index.aspx), China Trade And External Economic Statistical Yearbooks (2016 and previous years), and China Statistical Yearbook (2016 and previous years).

ITC Trade Map (http://www.trademap.org/Index.aspx) and 2015 China Trade and External Economic Statistical Yearbook.

In statistics, energy is the heat and power produced by burning fuel, whereas fuel is any substance burned to produce energy. This database defines energy and fuel as energy products following the International Recommendations for Energy Statistics of the United Nations Statistic Division (for a detailed classification of energy products see pp.32-34 http://unstats.un.org/unsd/statcom/doc11/BG-IRES.pdf).

ITC Trade Map (http://www.trademap.org/Index.aspx).