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Xi steers trail-blazing CIIE into platform bolstering global trade

Chinese President Xi Jinping gave another shot in the arm to the China International Import Expo (CIIE), a major platform he initiated to bolster global trade, by announcing a fresh round of opening-up measures on Nov 4.

2020.11.05

Full Text: Keynote speech by President Xi Jinping at opening ceremony of 3rd China International Import Expo

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday delivered a keynote speech via video at the opening ceremony of the third China International Import Expo held in Shanghai.

2020.11.04

China to promote higher-level opening-up for more win-win outcomes: Premier Li

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang Nov 24 said China will promote higher-standard opening-up, attract more foreign investment, and encourage more Chinese companies to go global, so as to achieve more win-win outcomes.

2020.11.25

CIIE to be held on same dates in 2021

The 2021 China International Import Expo, the fourth annual edition will be held in Shanghai from Nov 5 to 10 next year, and hundreds of companies have already signed up.

2020.11.23

A Bright Shared Future – Stories Along the Belt and Road

we hope it will help our readers understand the significance of forging a community of shared future for humanity, the close connection between the Chinese Dream and the aspirations of the people of other countries, and that the Belt and Road is an important platform for building a community of shared future for all peoples.

2020.03.15

Global media outlets report on CIIE

The third China International Import Expo (CIIE) was recently held in Shanghai as scheduled. News outlets across the world are speaking highly of the event and closely following the latest updates on the fourth edition next year.

2020.11.30

Vision puts growth back on track as challenges rage globally

The Chinese economy has encountered unprecedented challenges this year as the COVID-19 pandemic, which has weakened the world economy, and rising global trade protectionism have combined to exert serious pressure on both domestic consumption and exports.

2020.11.30

Consumption to witness robust uptrend in 2021

Consumption is expected to see a robust uptrend in China next year on the back of strong domestic demand and various other measures, officials from the Ministry of Commerce said on Nov 27.

2020.11.30