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  • Commentary: China's top-level policy blueprint to bring certainty to world

    With its headway in both epidemic prevention and control and economic recovery, China is working on formulating a new plan for economic and social development, which is set to bring certainty and confidence to the world amid uncertainties.


  • Foreign companies keen to invest in China's new infrastructure construction

    Foreign firms are keen to invest in China's new infrastructure construction despite the hit of the COVID-19 pandemic on the global economy.


  • China to unveil favorable policies to bolster development of service trade

    The trend towards service-oriented manufacturing and digital-oriented outsourcing of services are quickening the pace, and service trade is playing an increasingly important role in promoting the development of foreign trade and the economy as a whole.


  • China welcomes all foreign businesses: spokesperson

    China will as always welcome companies from other countries to invest and operate in China, a foreign ministry spokesperson said Wednesday.


  • China to actively and steadily push forward RMB internationalization

    China Foreign Exchange Trading System (CFETS) announced Monday that from August 1, 2020, the bidding and inquiry transaction fees of Renminbi (RMB) against Singapore dollar, ruble, ringgit, New Zealand dollar, South African rand, Saudi Riyal, UAE diram, Polish zloty, Hungarian Forint, Turkish Lira, Korean won and Thai baht will be temporarily exempted for three years.


  • China's economic rebound better than expected in Q2: World Bank official

    China's economic rebound was better than expected in the second quarter (Q2) amid the COVID-19 epidemic, said a World Bank official.


  • Global enterprises show confidence in China's economic growth: spokesperson

    Global enterprises have displayed their confidence in China's economic growth and future development prospects, a Foreign Ministry spokesperson said Tuesday, quoting survey results.


  • MOC: Establishing FTA investment fund for assisting enterprises affected by FTA

    Ms. Onmon Sapthawitham, Director-General of the International Trade Negotiations Department of the Ministry of Commerce, announced the conclusions of the seminar on Guidance for the Establishment of FTA Investment Fund.


  • Import agricultural freight service between NW. China's Qinghai and Russia launched

    A China-Europe freight train carrying 1,118 tonnes of Russian imported oats on Sunday arrived in northwest China's Qinghai Province, reported Monday.


  • China encourages export credit insurance to help foreign trade firms tide over epidemic risks

    China's State Council recently encouraged to use export credit insurance to help foreign trade enterprises deal with the risk of order cancellation before shipment and raise funds amid the COVID-19 pandemic, reported Shanghai Securities News Monday.


  • China's export tax rebates, exemptions top 812 bln yuan in H1

    China granted export tax rebates or exemptions worth 812.8 billion yuan (116.2 billion U.S. dollars) in the first half of the year to relieve the financial pressure on enterprises amid the COVID-19 pandemic.


  • Experts expect Chinese yuan to keep steady upward trend in H2

    The central parity rate of the Chinese currency renminbi, or the yuan, has been fluctuating around 7 in the last week. Experts generally believe that the exchange rate of the yuan will remain stable and rise steadily in the second half of the year.


  • China Focus: China embraces uncertainties, challenges with reform pledge

    With the global pandemic still unfolding, it remains uncertain how its final impact will be on the world economy. But for China, there is little doubt about how to respond to the forthcoming challenges.


  • ​Export-Import Bank of China expands credit to stabilize foreign trade amid epidemic

    The Export-Import Bank of China (China Eximbank) has expanded credit for foreign trade in a continuous way to support the stable development of foreign trade amid the COVID-19 pandemic, reported Economic Information Daily Thursday.


  • NE China's Jilin Province sees surging foreign trade with Japan in H1

    Northeast China's Jilin Province saw its foreign trade with Japan hike 33.1 percent on year to hit 6.88 billion yuan in the first half of 2020, according to Information office of the People's Government of Jilin Province at a press conference held Tuesday.


  • China's foreign trade companies eye sales potential in domestic market

    In the second half of this year, the domestic market would remain the focus of foreign trade companies amid the epidemic spread. Accessing local and international markets may become a long-term trend to improve foreign trade companies' competitiveness.


  • NW. China Ningxia adopts action plan to develop cross-border e-commerce

    The local government of northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region recently adopted an action plan aiming at developing cross-border e-commerce in the capital city of Yinchuan, reported local newspaper on Monday.


  • Beijing's exports up 2.9 pct in H1

    Despite a drop in the city's foreign trade, Beijing saw its exports up 2.9 percent year on year in the first half, data from Beijing customs showed Monday.


  • Cross-border e-commerce trade soars in bonded zone

    E-commerce trade volumes at a bonded zone in central China's Henan Province registered fast growth in the first half of this year, according to Zhengzhou customs.


  • China's Jiangsu Province top foreign investment destination

    Jiangsu Province received the most foreign investment among all provincial-level regions on the Chinese mainland in the first half of 2020, local authorities said Friday.


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