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  • China, U.S. agree on joint efforts to solve specific problems in economy, trade: MOC

    China and the United States have started normal communications in the fields of economy and trade, agreeing on joint efforts to solve some specific problems in a practical way, the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said Thursday.


  • China rolls out 28 policies liberalizing trade in Hainan

    Chinese authorities have released a circular of 28 policies and measures to liberalize and facilitate trade in goods and services at the Hainan free trade port.


  • China's auto aftermarket tops 1 trillion yuan in 2020

    China's automotive aftermarket was valued at more than 1 trillion yuan (about 153.61 billion U.S. dollars) in 2020, the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said in an initial estimate.


  • ​MOC unveils key measures to stabilize foreign inv't in 2021

    China's Ministry of Commerce (MOC) on Monday issued a circular that clarifies specific measures in key fields to stabilize foreign investment in 2021, reported Securities Daily Thursday.


  • China reports consumption growth during Lunar New Year holiday

    The consumer spending during the Chinese Lunar New Year holiday surged noticeably, according to the latest statistics from the Ministry of Commerce (MOC).


  • China, Belarus launch negotiations on service trade, investment agreement

    China and Belarus launched negotiations on the agreement on trade and investment in services on Monday, the Ministry of Commerce said.


  • China's service imports to reach 2.5 trln USD in next five years: ministry

    China's service imports are expected to reach 2.5 trillion U.S. dollars in the next five years as the country continues to open up its vast market, according to the country's commerce ministry.


  • China's regulation on unreliable entities list not targeting particular country or enterprise: MOC

    China's regulation on unreliable entities list does not target any particular country or enterprise, the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) stressed Thursday.


  • China to issue negative list for services trade by late 2020

    China will introduce a negative list for cross-border trade in services by the end of this year in order to promote the institutional opening-up in the services sector, the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said Thursday.


  • China to further stabilize consumption expectations: MOC

    China will beef up efforts to stabilize consumption expectations and boost consumer confidence, the country's commerce ministry said on Tuesday.


  • Thai MOC releases the foreign trade situation in April

    The Trade Policy and Strategy Office (TPSO) of the Thai Ministry of Commerce (MOC) unveiled Thailand's foreign trade data in April 2020. Against the market-expected decline of 3-4.6 percent, the export value was 18.948 billion U.S. dollars, while the import value reached 16.486 billion U.S. dollars.


  • China moves to bail out foreign trade enterprises hit by COVID-19 outbreak

    China's Ministry of Commerce (MOC) announced Thursday that it is beefing up efforts with related authorities to help foreign trade firms get out of the dilemma caused by the COVID-19 outbreak, reported Economic Information Daily Friday.


  • Ministry, ICBC to support virus-hit foreign trade, foreign-invested firms

    China's Ministry of Commerce (MOC) has inked a memorandum of understanding with the country's biggest commercial lender, the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC), to help foreign trade and foreign-invested firms counter the impact of the novel coronavirus epidemic.


  • China imports 2 mln tonnes of pork in 2019

    China imported nearly 2 million tonnes of pork in 2019, according to the Ministry of Commerce (MOC).


  • Epidemic will not change long-term stability, continuous upgrade of China's consumption: MOC

    China's consumption has showed strong resilience despite the short-term economic repercussions of the novel coronavirus outbreak, the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said Wednesday.


  • How to view the influence of external pressure on current Chinese economy

    In the past 2018, China's economy has experienced severe challenges. For China, the world's second largest economy today, although the 6.6 percent economic growth rate is hard-won, it is the lowest level in recent years, and downward pressure on economic growth is clearly visible.


  • China commerce ministry vows more measures to support poverty relief

    China's Ministry of Commerce has pledged more measures to lift people out of poverty as the country tries to coordinate efforts in poverty relief and the fight against the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19).


  • No obvious impact of epidemic on China's electronics industry: MOC official

    The negative impact of the coronavirus epidemic on China’s electronics industry and related enterprises is not obvious, the Xinhua-run China Securities Journal quoted Li Xingqian, director of the Department of Foreign Trade of the Ministry of Commerce (MOC), as saying on Thursday.


  • China to optimize services for foreign-related exhibitions for epidemic control

    China will further optimize the approval and filing services for foreign-related economic and technological exhibitions amid epidemic control, the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said in a circular Wednesday.


  • China's MOC unveils measures to support work resumption of foreign enterprises

    China's Ministry of Commerce (MOC) released a series of measures on Monday to support foreign-funded enterprises operating in China to resume business and production amid the national fight against the novel coronavirus outbreak.


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