China to expand imports from U.S.: MOC

Updated 2017-05-25 15:30:30 Xinhua

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.

In a research report on China-US Economic and Trade Relations, the MOC noted the growth potential in U.S. exports as China's total imports are expected to reach 8 trillion U.S. dollars in the coming five years, which will bring more opportunities for U.S. companies.

China would like to further increase imports of agricultural products such as soybeans and cotton from the United States and speed up negotiations on terms regarding traceability, inspection and quarantine for U.S. beef to enter China, which will benefit 6 million American farmers, according to the report.

China is also willing to have active discussions on imports of more aircraft, microchips, machine tools and other high-tech products, the report said.

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