In Communist China land logistics drops significantly amid economic collapse

The Daily Economic News reported on May 29th that according to data from the Transport Ministry of the Communist China, there was 7.0106 million trucks passing through the country’s expressways on May 28, down 5% from the previous month; The country’s key ports completed a cargo throughput of 32.651 million tons, down 6.4% from the previous month; Cargo flights of civil aviation guaranteed was 821(including 604 international cargo flights and 217 domestic cargo flights), down 3.8% month-on-month; Postal express collection was about 314 million pieces, down 4.3% month-on-month; Delivery was about 322 million pieces , down 1.5% month-on-month.

At the end of 2020, there were 965 toll stations and more than 2,000 service areas on the main line of toll roads in Communist China. However, 667 of toll stations and 337 of service areas were closed up by April 10, 2022.

There are 140,000 kilometers of toll roads in the world, of which 100,000 kilometers are in Communist China, accounting for 70% of the world. Transport Ministry stipulates that a toll station should be set up by distance of 40 kilometers apart, while some local governments stipulate that high-grade highway must be installed a toll station every 20 kilometers or even shorter distances. The toll station imposes heavy taxes on each link of the CCP highways, which account for 70% of the world’s highway toll stations.

In the semi-closed Communist China all logistics, including the expressways, shipping, aviation, railways, ports and terminals, have dropped significantly, which indicates CCP’s economic collapse.

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