Country advised to maintain stable foreign trade policy.

By bne IntelliNews February 8, 2012
China has been advised to sustain a stable foreign trade policy in the face of severe global economic uncertainties. As reported by Dow Jones International News, Premier Wen Jiabao suggested the export companies to increase their competitiveness, fine-tune export structure and unveil new markets. He was further of the view that Europe, being its largest exporting market, the country should strategically consider its affairs with the former. In a joint appearance with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the Premier brought forward the country's intentions of deeper involvement in the euro zone's bailout funds, at the same time stressing on Europe's need to address its own problems.

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