Beijing, Dec 29.- China's foreign trade will exceed four billion dollars this year, accounting for a 12-percent increase compared to 2016, the government reported today.
The Ministry of Trade based its estimates on the results during the first 11 months of 2017, when China's foreign trade exceeded 3.7 billion dollars.
Ministry spokesman Gao Feng referred to a significant improvement in quality and an increase in the variety and quantity of Chinese products in the international market.
He also mentioned the country's plans to promote the structural reform to increase supply in foreign trade, raise local companies' environmental awareness and guarantee the efficient use of financial resources.
This week, China announced its determination to work next year to become an economically and commercially strong country by 2050. (Prensa Latina)