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China’s firms sign US$73 billion worth of deals at flagship Shanghai import expo

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s flagship imports expo concluded with more deals signed this year than last, although foreign companies remain unconvinced about Beijing’s commitment to creating a level playing field for them in the domestic market.The third annual China International Import Expo (CIIE) in Shanghai booked a total of US.62 billion worth of deals for the purchase of goods and services over the coming year, up 2.1 per cent from last year.European businesses, though, said last year about half of the…

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China’s flagship imports expo concluded with more deals signed this year than last, although foreign companies remain unconvinced about Beijing’s commitment to creating a level playing field for them in the domestic market.The third annual China International Import Expo (CIIE) in Shanghai booked a total of US$72.62 billion worth of deals for the purchase of goods and services over the coming year, up 2.1 per cent from last year.European businesses, though, said last year about half of the…

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