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Launch of the TABLE-UK COVID-19 vaccine: More than 4 million first doses given so far | Instant News


    LONDON, Jan 18 (Reuters) - Britain has given more than 4
million people a first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine so far,
government statistics showed on Monday. 
    Britain is aiming to have made first doses of COVID-19
vaccines available to 15 million high-risk people by
mid-February. 
    Here are the latest figures on the progress to that target,
according to the government's coronavirus statistics portal.
        
  Country/Nation       First dose      Second dose
  United Kingdom        4,062,501          452,301
         England        3,520,056          427,386
       N Ireland          125,717           21,016
        Scotland          264,991            3,698
           Wales          151,737              201
 
 (Reporting by Costas Pitas; editing by Michael Holden)

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Launch of the TABLE-UK COVID-19 vaccine: first 2.43 million doses given so far | Instant News


    LONDON, Jan 12 (Reuters) - Britain has given 2.4 million
people a first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine so far, government
statistics showed on Tuesday. 
    The government is aiming to have made initial doses of
COVID-19 vaccines available to 15 million high-risk people by
mid-February. 
    Here are the latest figures on the progress to that target,
according to the government's statistics portal.
        
  Country/Nation       First dose      Second dose
  United Kingdom        2,431,648          412,167
         England        2,080,280          393,925
       N Ireland           84,187           15,288
        Scotland          175,942            2,857
           Wales           91,239               97
 
 (Reporting by Costas Pitas and Alistair Smout; editing by
William James)
  

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TABLE-China’s October Trade with the United States, EU, other major economies | Instant News


    BEIJING, Nov 9 (Reuters) - China exports grew at the fastest pace in 19 months in
October, while imports also rose, official data showed on Saturday, as the world's
second-largest economy continued to recover after being hit hard by the coronavirus crisis
earlier this year.
    Exports in October rose 11.4% from a year earlier, beating analysts' expectations of a
9.3% increase and quickening from a solid 9.9% increase in September.
    Imports rose 4.7% year-on-year in October, slower than September's 13.2% growth, and
underperforming expectations in a Reuters poll for a 9.5% increase, but still marking a
second straight month of growth.
    Following is a breakdown of China's exports and imports with its biggest trade partners
in October.
    
 October     Exports  Imports     Balance      Exports    Imports     Exports     Imports
             ($bln)   ($bln)      ($bln)       +/- % y/y  +/- % y/y   +/- % m/m   +/- % m/m
 Japan          12.3        14.9         -2.6       5.7%        5.5%       -1.7%      -13.2%
 South          10.0        14.9         -4.9       5.4%        0.6%        0.7%      -15.2%
 Korea                                                                            
 Taiwan          5.2        19.0        -13.9       0.1%       24.4%       -3.1%      -10.0%
 European       33.6        22.8         10.8          *           *       -2.9%      -11.4%
 Union                                                                            
 USA            43.8        12.5         31.4      22.5%       32.9%       -0.3%       -5.7%
 Australia       5.2        10.1         -4.9      16.6%        6.6%        8.9%        1.3%
 ASEAN          34.4        25.9          8.5       7.3%        2.7%        0.1%      -16.1%
 
* China's customs agency no longer includes United Kingdom as part of the European Union in
publishing the country's trade data, rendering year-on-year calculations inaccurate based on
Reuters records.

 (Reporting by Stella Qiu and Ryan Woo; Editing by Rashmi Aich)
  

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