Zhong Shan

China's Foreign Trade (English) - - Special Report -

China has be­come an economic and trad­ing power as its con­sump­tion, for­eign trade and in­vest­ment abroad led the world by vol­ume.

In fact, China is con­stantly open­ing its door wider to the world, broad­en­ing its mar­ket ac­cess, and at­tach­ing more im­por­tance to in­tel­li­gence prop­erty pro­tec­tion. To date, China has signed 16 free trade agree­ments with 24 coun­tries or re­gions. Busi­ness fa­cil­i­ta­tion by China has re­port­edly moved up by 18 in the world rank­ing dur­ing the past five years. Last year, China ranked sec­ond with a record high for­eign cap­i­tal of USD 136.3 bil­lion.

Open­ing its door wider to the out­side, China will en­deavor to con­struct an open­ing-up and co­op­er­a­tion sys­tem at a higher level, up­hold the free trade prin­ci­ple, con­tinue to in­crease im­port and pro­vide an eas­ier mar­ket ac­cess for ser­vice busi­nesses. With the devel­op­ment of a new land­scape in all-round open­ing up, China will con­trib­ute sig­nif­i­cantly with its wis­dom to the ideas of economic glob­al­iza­tion, global open­ness and shared pros­per­ity.

More for­eign cor­po­ra­tions are warmly wel­comed to fair com­pe­ti­tion in the Chi­nese mar­ket, and to pros­per with us through mu­tual ben­e­fit and win­win co­op­er­a­tion. Pre­dictably in such a new land­scape, China will re­main not only a ben­e­fi­ciary of the global ad­vance­ment, but also a ma­jor con­trib­u­tor to the world econ­omy with its bonus, and to the shared devel­op­ment and pros­per­ity of the in­ter­na­tional com­mu­nity.

Min­is­ter of Com­merce of PRC

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