With a one-week countdown to its first import expo, China stands ready to present the world with a grand gathering of goods and better thoughts on trade in Shanghai.
More than 1,000 firms from 58 countries along the Belt and Road will attend the inaugural China International Import Expo (CIIE) to be held in Shanghai, the Ministry of Commerce said Saturday.
The Chinese government is expected to step up tax and fee reductions for enterprises as part of efforts to bring down the burden on the real economy.more
About 58 percent of people believe that the e-commerce law, which will take effect in 2019, will better safeguard consumer interests.more
China's landmark import expo comes as the government moves to open domestic markets wider globally in the year marking the 40th anniversary of the reform and opening-up policy.
With unswerving support from the central authorities, China's private enterprises are set to embark on a new journey and embrace a brighter future.
China's manufacturing sector continued to expand at a slower but more sustainable pace in October, despite external uncertainties.