"China strongly opposes trade protectionism
and blockade in the field of new technologies.
The commission will continue with the work of exempting certain items from additional tariffs, it said, adding China's imposition of additional tariffs is a forced response to US unilateralism and trade protectionism
. "We hope China and the US will resolve differences in a manner acceptable to both sides on the premise of mutual respect, equality, good faith, and consistency of words and deeds," the statement added.
China's industry ministry said in late July that the country would need more stimulus to achieve 2019's industrial output growth target of 5.5% to 6.0%, citing trade protectionism
The People's Bank of China said the weakening of its currency was in response to "unilateralism and trade protectionism
measures," but stressed that the rising and falling of currencies was normal.
China's yuan fell to an 11-year low below the politically sensitive 7.0 to the dollar level, which the PBoC blamed on "trade protectionism
," and which has the potential to mark the point at which the trade war starts to boil.
is bad for the global economy, and fears concerning this matter continue to affect sentiment across global markets and on the ground in many of our locations," the bank added.
China opposes trade protectionism
and unilateralism and expects all parties, including Bosnia and Herzegovina, to strengthen mutually beneficial cooperation and build an open world economy.
and unilateralism are very much on the rise," Zhang said, stressing the need to respond to "bullying practices of the United States".
unilateralism and trade protectionism
," the Chinese said in statement issued on Monday.
Finance ministers and central bank governors said that while trade protectionism
poses a threat to the region, the impact would be partly mitigated by robust consumption and growing intra-regional trade.
Kuroda said that trade protectionism
around the globe is the biggest threat to global economic growth.
'As supply chains adjust to rising costs in China-and given a mounting need to service Asia's rapidly growing domestic market and an increase in trade protectionism
over the past year-we expect Asia, excluding China, to be the key beneficiary.