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China Will 'Strive' To Meet CPTPP Admission Rules - MOFCOM

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China will "strive" to meet the requirements of a Trans-Pacific trade bloc as it eyes increased high-growth exports, a Ministry of Commerce spokesperson said on Thursday.

China views joining the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) as an important step in delivering on the government's "dual circulation" strategy, which involves higher exports and increased domestic demand.

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China will "strive" to meet the requirements of a Trans-Pacific trade bloc as it eyes increased high-growth exports, a Ministry of Commerce spokesperson said on Thursday.

China views joining the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) as an important step in delivering on the government's "dual circulation" strategy, which involves higher exports and increased domestic demand.

Keep reading...Show less