China’s President Xi Jinping has made statements on Tuesday that seem to reflect an opening of China’s borders to international trade. The statements were made at China International Import Expo.
Speaking on the subject of trade and China’s stance towards foreign investment, Xi Jingping told the audience of its plans and how it would affect the international industry.
“The door that China is opening will only open further and wider,” Xi said.
Xi also backed promises to reduce restrictions on foreign trade and to accelerate work on the China-Europe investment treaty that has been in the works for several months.
Although there were no comments made directly about the ongoing trade war between Beijing and Washington, Xi did state his intentions of creating a “open and shared world economy,” which could soothe the tensions between the two nations.
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