What kind of event is China International Fair for Trade in Services?

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More than 18,000 international and domestic companies from 148 countries and regions are attending the China International Fair for Trade in Services. Over 100,000 people have registered to take part in the six-day event taking place both on and offline. It’s the first major economic and trade event to be held in China since the coronavirus outbreak in January. Chinese President Xi Jinping said China will continue to ease market access in the services sector and actively expand the import of high-quality services. #China #Economy #Business

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