Nigeria is Africa's largest economy and most populous country, and Nigeria offers lucrative trade opportunities for Chinese companies of all sizes. As of May 2019, Chinese companies had invested $20 billion in more than 150 companies in Nigeria. Nigeria is one of the fastest growing net importers of physical goods from China. In 2017, Nigeria's main sources of imports were China ($9.6 billion), Belgium ($3 billion) and the Netherlands ($2.8 billion). Nigeria imports more from China than the other two largest sources of imports combined, with Chinese goods accounting for a quarter of all imports in Q2 2019. According to Chinese customs statistics, from January to June 2019, bilateral trade between China and Nepal reached US $8.68 billion, up 20.7 percent year on year and 22.7 percentage points higher than the overall growth of China's foreign trade in the same period. Among them, China exported 7.52 billion US dollars to Nigeria, up 18.2 percent year-on-year. Nigeria continues to be China's second largest export market in Africa, after South Africa.
Air conditioning: household air conditioning, central air conditioning and various accessories;
Ventilation equipment: fan, motor and industrial ventilation;
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