China will reduce tariffs and eliminate barriers

Chinese Deputy Prime Minister Han Zheng promised to further reduce tariffs and eliminate non-tariff barriers for global investors, the official Xinhua news agency reported on Saturday.

They have invited multinational companies to invest more in China, saying that the country will increasingly open its doors, according to Xinhua.

They have commented on a summit of multinational firms in the eastern city of Qingdao in China, Xinhua reported.

In another event on Saturday, Chinese Deputy Prime Minister Liu He said that China will work with the United States to address the main concerns of both countries on the basis of equality and mutual respect, and that stopping the trade war would be good both for the two opposite sides as for the rest of the world.

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