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  • 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.


  • Trade between China, Russia to top 110 bln U.S. dollars this year: MOC

    Trade between China and Russia is expected to hit a record high of 110 billion U.S. dollars this year, the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) forecast on Thursday.


  • Major measures will be taken to expand China's imports, MOC

    China will take four major measures to further expand its imports, reported on Tuesday quoting an official.


  • China, U.S. trade teams to maintain close communication: MOC

    Chinese and U.S. economic and trade teams will continue to maintain close communication, a spokesperson with the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said Thursday.


  • China beefs up efforts to facilitate implementation of foreign investment law, official

    China is taking positive actions to facilitate the implementation of the foreign investment law to be effective on January 1, 2020, said Ye Wei, deputy director with the Department of Foreign Investment Administration of China's Ministry of Commerce recently at a press conference.


  • China to increase meat supply to meet rising demand: MOC

    China will take measures to increase meat supply in the market to meet rising demand, Ministry of Commerce (MOC) spokesperson Gao Feng told a press conference Thursday.


  • China willing to tap soybean trade potential with Russia: MOC

    China and Russia are hoped to fully tap their cooperation potential in soybean trade in line with market rules and advance a long-term and steady cooperation across the whole industry chain, a commerce official said Thursday.


  • China, U.S. to intensify trade consultations in August: MOC

    Chinese and U.S. negotiating teams will maintain close communication and intensify trade consultations at the work level in August to prepare for the meeting of chief trade negotiators from both sides in September, said the Ministry of Commerce Thursday.


  • MOC to host HLTF-EI for ASEAN economy and AEC Blueprint 2025

    Bunyarit Kyanamitra, permanent secretary of the Ministry of Commerce, revealed that Thailand will host the 36th High Level Task Force on ASEAN Economic Integration (HLTF-EI) in Centara Grand at CentralWorld on July 18-19, 2019.


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