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MNI (Beijing)
By William Bi
     BEIJING (MNI) - China's Ministry of Commerce said it will "properly" handle
economic and trade frictions with the U.S., according to a statement on its
website capping a meeting on Thursday of its Communist Party chapter's top
cadres, including Chinese ambassador to the World Trade Organization.
     The following lists other priorities the ministry has vowed to pursue:
     -to seek "all measures possible to stabilize foreign trade, foreign
investment and boost consumption" and to ensure the ministry's stated targets
for the year are met;
-to successfully hold the expo on imported goods, to be held in November to
project the country's openness to imports and globalization;
-to deepen the free-trade zone reform trials and explore free trade ports;
-to support General Secretary Xi Jinping's "core" status within the Party.
--MNI Beijing Bureau; +86 10 8532 5998; email: william.bi@mni-news.com
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