Government to alter trade tariffs to drive imports.

By bne IntelliNews June 8, 2012
China's government is likely to alter trade tariffs and provide financing support in order to drive imports. As reported by Dow Jones International News, Vice Premier Hui Liangyu stated that the objective of the tariff alteration was to attain further balanced trade. The exports have been easing as a result of a slow global economy, although the government is still under pressure from various chief trading partners to work towards a more balanced trade.
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