China Sees Surge In Fitness Equipment Exports To Russia

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People run on treadmills to exercise during a work out session. [Photo/VCG] Eastern China’s port city Xiamen, the country’s largest exporter of fitness equipment, witnessed surge in trade to Russia in the first seven months. Data from Xiamen Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau showed the city exported $5.35 million worth of fitness equipment to Russia in…


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