The 2021 China International Fair for Trade in Services kicked off on Thursday in Beijing, highlighting China's new pledges to open the country's services sector wider and enhance global cooperation for further economic recovery.
In a key step forward, China has decided to set up a new stock exchange in Beijing, building it into a primary platform serving innovation-oriented small and medium-sized enterprises as the capital market evolves to meet the financing needs of various entities.
China saw its manufacturing activity expand at a slower pace in August, contributing 50.1 to the purchasing managers' index for the manufacturing sector, data by NBS showed Tuesday.more
China will provide fiscal incentives to support the high-quality development of the Yangtze River Economic Belt, with funds set aside to finance green projects.more
The China International Fair for Trade in Services, which opens in Beijing on Thursday, aims to promote deeper cooperation and wider opening-up in service trade and beyond.
The State Council has issued a guideline on promoting reform and innovation measures to facilitate trade and investment in the country's free trade zones.
Trade between China and Africa rose 40.5 percent year on year to 139.1 billion U.S. dollars in the first seven months of the year.