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China's entry into WTO has created win-win situation, says trade expert

China's entry into the World Trade Organization (WTO) has created a win-win situation, said Lu Xiankun, managing director of consulting institution LEDECO Geneva.


China to stick to market opening, globalization: former WTO official

China's integration into global supply chains since its accession to the WTO has underpinned its economic development and industrial upgrading, Yi Xiaozhun, the WTO's former deputy director-general, said on Monday.


China's accession to WTO benefits all, says former WTO head

All economies have benefited from China's accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO), Pascal Lamy, a former WTO director-general, told French daily Le Monde recently.


China's growing trade benefits the world

Wei Jianguo, a senior councilor of China Center for International Economic Exchanges and former vice-minister of commerce, gives the answers to this and many other questions in a conservation with China Daily's Liu Jianna.


China important supporter of multilateral trading system: WTO official

China has been a staunch supporter of the multilateral trading system as an important member of the World Trade Organization (WTO), the WTO's Deputy Director-General Zhang Xiangchen told Xinhua in a recent interview.


China is prominent, active member of WTO, says WTO spokesperson

China is a prominent and active member of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and has participated in "all elements of our work with enthusiasm and commitment," WTO spokesperson Keith Rockwell told Xinhua.


Economy to keep running in fast lane in 2022 following structural reforms

With 2021 rapidly drawing to an end, China's policymakers are expected to convene an important economic meeting in Beijing in middle December to craft the course of accelerating structural reforms while overcoming a raft of challenges in 2022.


China's high-quality development offers multiple opportunities: Italian experts

China is already the world's top market in terms of purchasing power parity and is an "essential" player for Italian companies, said Italy-China Foundation executive vice president Riccardo Monti on Tuesday.


RCEP set to unleash great trade potential

Six member states from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations along with four non-ASEAN countries have formally submitted their Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership agreement ratifications to ASEAN's secretariat, with the deal expected to come into force in these 10 countries at the start of next year.