Chinese enterprises, both State-owned and private, are striving to play a bigger role in promoting global economic development and will further accelerate their steps going global, said industry experts during a summit held in Beijing on Tuesday.
Boosting market confidence and stepped-up efforts to support the private sector hold the key to an economic rebound in 2023, officials and experts said.
Many foreign small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have seized opportunities at the CIIE to exhibit their specialties to Chinese consumers while expressing their expectations to penetrate China’s huge market.
Official data showed China's trade surged 10.1 percent year-on-year to 27.3 trillion yuan ($3.81 trillion) during the first eight months of this year, despite complexities and challenges.
China's foreign trade is expected to stay resilient in the second half of the year as key regions have ramped up efforts to further boost imports and exports－and this will likely help shore up the national economy, experts said on Tuesday.