test


Member ID:
Password: 
Stay logged in for 30 days
Forget Your Password?
close

login CCFGroup App

Economy | Time:Nov 9 2017 10:00AM
High-end sector to see more imports from US
 
Text size
China's imports from the United States are likely to grow substantially in the high-end sector with scope for further cooperation in sectors such as aerospace and new energy research, a top expert said.

Wei Jianguo, vice-president of the Beijing-based China Center for International Economic Exchanges, said: "Beyond traditional goods like beef and aircraft, China would increase imports from the US in life sciences, new materials and healthcare sector in the next five years."

Wei's comments come at a time when US President Donald Trump is making a state visit to China this week amid mounting trade friction between the two sides.

The two sides are also expected to further collaborate in the services, cross-border e-commerce and outsourcing sectors, he said.

Such efforts will allow the Sino-US trade to grow "from single-track to multi-track pattern," he said, which would decrease the US' trade deficit with China.

Healthy economic and trade ties are considered pillars of Sino-US relations. Bilateral trade in goods surged from $2.5 billion in 1979 to about $519.6 billion in 2016, an increase of over 200 times, according to Zhong Shan, the Minister of Commerce.

In April, China and the US agreed to establish a comprehensive economic dialogue and initiate a 100-day economic cooperation plan. About a month later, the two countries announced initial results in areas like agriculture, electronic payments, financial services and energy.

Source: China Daily
Related Articles
China continues anti-dumping measures on cellulose pulp imports
China calls for compliance with WTO rules, opposes trade
China's reform and opening-up policy contributes to growth
AIIB adopts strategy to attract private capital
Business leaders express concerns over friction
Foreign partners aiding in Belt, Road financing
China stocks plunge over 4 pct Friday after U.S. tariff
Trump's China tariff plan stokes trade worries, triggers market
Entrepreneurs, bankers more upbeat on Chinese economy: surveys
Multinationals invited to join Belt and Road Initiative
 
Research
Development of nylon 6 flat filament market
 
 

浙公网安备 33010902000742号