Themed "Connecting the World for a Shared Future," the five-day expo resonates with China's repeated emphasis on the importance of stable industrial and supply chains.
After some setbacks on the post-COVID 19 recovery path, the Chinese economy has once again shown its resilience and great potential as it regained momentum in the third quarter, expanding by a higher-than-expected 5.2 percent.
The five-day expo attracting people from 63 countries and regions bore witness to not only the unique advantages of China's digital trade development, but also its contribution to building an open world economy and improving global economic governance.more
As a central hub of China's futures market, the Shanghai Futures Exchange has always focused on serving the real economy and facilitating the country's high-quality development.more
Given China's unwavering commitment to carbon neutrality and renewable energy, global firms are eyeing potential investments that align with the country's green development drive.
China's cross-border e-commerce has seen robust growth in recent years, injecting fresh impetus into the country's foreign trade and delivering global dividends.