China's foreign trade expected to continue stable growth in Q4, MOC
BEIJING, Oct 30, 2013 (Xinhua via COMTEX) --
China's imports and exports are
expected to continue stable growth in the fourth quarter of this
year, according to a report released by the Ministry of Commerce
(MOC) on Wednesday.
The report predicted the share of the country's exports in the
global trade would go up mildly this year.
The domestic and external environment for China's foreign trade
might show improvement next year, but difficulties and risks will
remain, said the report.
According to the report, international demand would remain weak
next year; competitions among countries and regions would become
fiercer; and the trade frictions would remain intense next year.
However, the report predicted China's foreign trade would maintain
stable growth momentum next year, in view of the booming cross-border
e-commerce, companies' transformation and upgrading moves, and the
country's policies to stabilize and facilitate trade. (Edited by
Jiang Yujuan, firstname.lastname@example.org)
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