China will step up efforts to stabilize foreign trade in H2 – commerce ministry

This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Author of the article: Article content BEIJING — China will strengthen efforts to stabilize foreign trade in the second half of the year, the commerce ministry said on Friday. The country’s foreign trade faces “high risks, difficulties and many uncertainties,” Zhang Bin, an official…
China will step up efforts to stabilize foreign trade in H2 – commerce ministry

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BEIJING — China will strengthen efforts to stabilize foreign trade in the second half of the year, the commerce ministry said on Friday.

The country’s foreign trade faces “high risks, difficulties and many uncertainties,” Zhang Bin, an official at the commerce ministry, said at a press conference.

China will also expand imports actively and safeguard domestic commodity supplies, Zhang said. (Reporting by Beijing Newsroom Editing by Shri Navaratnam)

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