Chinese Trade Policy
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Speaking at the sixth China International Import Expo (CIIE), which kicked off yesterday, Chinese leaders made commitments on opening up, international agreements, and data flows. While there has been some movement in these areas, more needs to be done to overcome the downward trend of its trade and investment.
Last month, China's State Council announced that it will create a free trade pilot zone in Xinjiang Uyghur autonomous region, an area that has been the source of tensions between China and the West, and turn the region into a trade hub. The official document was published yesterday, the same
In a white paper released today, Beijing outlined its vision for globalization, criticizing "protectionism, the erection of fences and barriers, unilateral sanctions, and maximum-pressure tactics," as well as "de-sinicization in the name of derisking."
As many Western nations are pushing for diversifying trade to reduce dependence on China, China is also trying to diversify its trade, according to former Vice Minister of Commerce Wei Jianguo.
During a recent press conference, Vice Minister of China's Ministry of Commerce Wang Shouwen, after highlighting the benefits of China being part of the CPTPP, expressed hope that all members would support China's accession and stated that "China is capable of fulfilling its obligations under CPTPP."
China's Two Sessions meetings, which refer to the annual meetings of the two major political bodies, National People’s Congress (NPC) and the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, kicked off on Sunday. As part of the process, the government delivered work reports, which review progress in the domestic economy
Speaking at the World Economic Forum 2023 Annual Meeting in Davos, Chinese Vice Premier Liu He said that China will bring in more imports and foreign investment, and called for international collaboration on economic development and environmental protection. As Liu is stepping down in March, China's economic policy remains to