Chinese Trade Policy

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Trade Agreements Are an Important Way to Explore Potential Among BRICS, Chinese Trade Official Says

A Chinese Vice Minister recently said that there is huge potential for trade between BRICS countries, and one important tool is to negotiate free trade agreements.

China's Trade Faces Pressure, But There Are Some Highlights, MOFCOM Officials Say

China's Commerce officials recently touted China's development in trade and foreign investment in the first four months of 2022, including that private companies' share in international trade increased to 58.5%, and there was a 26% rise of foreign investment, despite the economic slowdown caused by COVID-related lockdowns. They also

Chinese Premier Stresses Importance of Trade amidst Government Policies to Facilitate Trade and Supply Chain

During a nation-wide teleconference designed to stabilize the economy, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang emphasized the importance of supporting and enhancing foreign trade and investment. His statements came alongside some new government measures that aim to stabilize and boost foreign trade.

Xi Calls for More Integration But Faces Difficult Trade Climate

At the Conference of the 70th Anniversary of China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT, an agency to promote foreign trade and investment) and the Global Trade and Investment Promotion Summit on May 18, Chinese President Xi Jinping called for "dialogue over confrontation, tear[ing] down walls rather

Beijing Issues 2021 Report on IP Protection and Business Environment

A Chinese government office recently issued a report on its intellectual property protection and business environment in 2021, covering new laws and regulations, the government's implementation of the law in enhancing intellectual property protection, lowering market barriers and maintaining fair competition in the market.

Beijing Issues Document to Create a Unified Market, Remove Local Protectionism

Last week, Beijing issued a document on creating a unified domestic market, outlining measures related to property rights protection, market access policies, monopolistic behaviors and unfair competition, data, standard setting, and local protectionism.

At Forum Macau, China Promises Stronger Economic Ties with Portuguese-speaking Countries

At a virtual ministerial meeting with Portuguese-speaking countries, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang promised to liberalize trade and investment with these nations, promote connectivity, and cooperate on environmental protection.
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