In a white paper titled, “China and the World Trade Organization,” China said it will continue to open up in a “more comprehensive, profound and diversified way.”
The document outlines China’s achievements since joining the World Trade Organization in 2001. Those achievements include boosting world economic recovery and growth, reducing import tariffs, and opening the services market.
To discuss the WTO white paper and China’s global trade ties:
- Chen Zhao is chief global strategist at Alpine Macro.
- Yan Liang is a professor at Willamette University.
- Jeff Moon is an international trade & government affairs consultant.
- Joel Trachtman is a professor of international law at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy.
China makes great contribution to the world as WTO member, a white paper says. China's contribution to global growth has approached 30% on average since 2002 https://t.co/IMClqOYJC6 pic.twitter.com/urCSiiWGWJ
— China Xinhua News (@XHNews) June 28, 2018
China has released the “China and the WTO” White Paper, which is divided into four parts. Each part focuses on an important aspect regarding China's 17-years of contributing to the WTO. https://t.co/NR9oDUjCCk pic.twitter.com/GljKiX6Ue5
— CGTN (@CGTNOfficial) June 28, 2018