China has reiterated its unswerving commitment to opening its vast market wider at the ongoing fourth China International Import Expo. Beijing's latest pledge will not only benefit its domestic development but also inject fresh impetus into the world economy, plagued by the ongoing pandemic.
Joining the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 2001 has become a watershed event in China's development, not just in terms of the phenomenal changes happening within China, but also its interaction with the rest of the world, in particular the global spillovers of its economic expansion.
China's opening-up experience could help promote global opening-up and cooperation, according to a report released on Friday during the fourth China International Import Expo.more
Regional economic integration will help boost the opening-up of finance and create more space for the development of financial institutions, according to participants at a sub-forum during the ongoing China International Import Expo in Shanghai.more
China, the world's biggest producer and consumer of energy, is rapidly reducing its energy consumption intensity, as higher energy efficiency will support the country's transition to a modern green economy.
In the face of multiple challenges including the COVID-19 pandemic and climate change, a lower-carbon and smarter logistics industry is emerging in China.
The courier sector in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region saw strong growth in both parcels handled and business revenues in the first nine months of 2021, according to local authorities.