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Trade flows among Indonesia, the Philippines, China and Hong Kong
 
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For BIMP-EAGA by far the largest flow of RAGS seaweeds from 2000-2006 was to China and Hong Kong.
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Although records of RAGS seaweeds moving into China from Hong Kong were scanty, industry intelligence indicated that most Hong Kong seaweed imports did, indeed, end up being processed in China
3. Most China  imports were of seaweed, not gums.
4. Processed gum exports from China were mostly agar to Indonesia.
 
Trade patterns of Indonesia and  the Philippines with China and Hong Kong (2001-2006).
 
 
Data were average annual export tons for customs categories
designated as gums and seaweeds.
 
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