China says Moody’s downgrade overestimates difficulties

China’s Ministry of Finance (MOF) on Wednesday said that a credit downgrade by Moody’s was based on “inappropriate methodology”, and has somewhat exaggerated the difficulties the Chinese economy is facing.

No change to China’s prudent, neutral monetary policy

Despite the central bank’s frequent open market operations to adjust liquidity, China will stick to the prudent and neutral monetary policy for deepening of supply-side structural reform.

Over 60 countries, regions to attend Eurasia expo in Xinjiang

More than 60 countries and regions will attend the 2017 (China) Eurasia Commodity and Trade Expo in northwest China’s Xinjiang region in August, an increase of 10 percent, according to organizers.

China to expand imports from US: MOC

China will increase imports from the United States in wide-ranging areas including agricultural products, energy and high-tech equipment, the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said Thursday.

China calls US for fair play in trade, investment

The United States should give China fair treatment in export and investment issues, the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said Thursday.

Trade deficit with China not related to US job decline: MOC

The United States’ trade deficit with China is not directly related to the decline in US manufacturing jobs, according to a research report released by the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) Thursday.

China seeks balanced trade, investment with US: Commerce ministry

China is willing to work with the United States to realize a balanced development of trade and investment, a research report by the Ministry of Commerce said on Thursday.

Cooperation grows between China, B&R countries

China’s southern city of Shenzhen launched its first Europe-bound freight train on Monday, becoming the 29th Chinese city to introduce rail service to Europe.