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Recognizing Progress
This year marks the 10th anniversary of China being a member of the WTO. In the past decade, China's trade relations with other countries and its role on the world stage have changed tremendously
Market Machine

For China, after more than 30 years of market-oriented reforms, the fight for status as a market economy remains a tough brawl. The country has been the world's biggest target of anti-dumping measures for the past 16 years

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Advancing by Opening Up
China will continue to follow through with the scientific development framework of opening up in financial, logistics and healthcare services in the consumer market.
China's Economic Development as a WTO Member

- GDP: Up from 11 trillion yuan ($1.73 trillion) in 2001 to 40 trillion yuan ($6.29 trillion) in 2010, with average annual growth of more than 10 percent.

- Foreign trade: Exports increased 5.9 fold and imports increased 5.7 fold. Chinese total trade volume reached second in the world in 2010, up from the sixth in 2001, becoming the world's largest exporter and second largest importer.

- Foreign investment: China has attracted $759.5 billion in aggregate foreign direct investment, ranking first among developing countries.

- Overseas investment: China invested $68.8 billion overseas in 2010, ranking fifth in the world, with an average annual growth of more than 40 percent.

- Tariffs: China's tariff levels dropped from 15.3 percent to 9.8 percent

- China and the WTO: Interview with Mauro Guillen
- China and the WTO: Interview with Marshall Meyer
- China and the WTO: Interview with Franklin Allen
China: 10 Years of WTO Membership
China's Efforts to Lower Tariffs Since WTO Accession
Ten Years on: China's Role in WTO
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