Key Points
  • More U.S. companies than last year plan to participate in this November’s China International Import Expo, says Ren Hongbin, assistant minister of commerce and deputy director of the expo’s organizing committee office.
  • “Significant numbers of purchases made at last (year’s) event were fulfilled and fully executed,” Jake Parker, vice president of China operations at the U.S.-China Business Council, says. “These commercial opportunities led to an uptick in interest from USCBC members to participate in 2019.”
  • However, it’s doubtful whether more Chinese buying from U.S. companies can play a significant role in reducing bilateral trade tensions.

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