ic and trade consultations, with a goal of implementing the consensuses President Xi Jinping and US President Donald Trump r
eached in December, said Xue Rongjiu, deputy director of the China Society for WTO Studies in Beijing.
China has made various moves recently to expand the new round of reform and opening-up — such as the approval of the Foreign Investm
ent Law in March and further facilitating trade connectivity under the Belt and Road Initiative. It will cont
inue opening its market in a proactive, steady and orderly manner, in accordance with its own development ne
eds and its own pace and timetable, to benefit Chinese and global consumers across the world, said Tu Xinquan, a pro
fessor of international trade at the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing.
James Collins, CEO of Corteva Agriscience, the agricultural division of US-bas
ed DowDuPont, said he hopes the two countries will reach a positive resolution, to benefit both countries and the re
st of the world. Collins said his firm was “not so much affected” in the short term by China-US trade tensions.