Chinese Trade Policy

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Two Sessions: What The Government Reports Say about Trade, Investment and Domestic Development

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

China Will Continue Reform and Opening Up, Says Vice Premier at Davos

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

Beijing Outlines 17 Measures to Revive Industrial Sectors

Yesterday, three Chinese government agencies outlined 17 measures for different sectors and regions to "revive" the industrial sector of the economy, including the use of government funds to expand investment, and policies to stabilize foreign investment and exports. This came at a time when China faces economic pressures from dwindling

Where Experts Think China's Economy Is Heading Over Next Five Years

With all eyes on China's 20th Party Congress last week, the future of its policy on trade, investment and the economy has been closely watched and analyzed. Here is a summary of a range of statements from former government officials and experts.

Xi Talks Trade, Technology, Supply Chain at Party Congress, But No Major Policy Changes Expected

Chinese President Xi's keynote address at the opening of the 20th Communist Party Congress touched on trade-related issues such as development, technology, supply chains, and the Belt and Road Initiative. While he mentioned "expanding institutional opening up," he also emphasized "self-reliance in high-level technology." Overall, experts do not anticipate any

Facing Trade Headwinds, Beijing Pushes for E-Commerce

A Chinese commerce official recently said that China's trade is facing growing uncertainties. In response, the Chinese government announced several measures to boost trade, including some to facilitate cross-border e-commerce.

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.
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