China to Promote Domestic Sales

In: Adam Roseman

26 Oct 2011

Adam Roseman of ARC China publishes a newsletter discussing China’s economy. In a recent article, he explains that measures were drafted in an effort to promote domestic sales of products originally made for export.

Chen Linhui of the Department of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation explained that the measures will induce a slowdown in export growth as well as boost domestic consumption.  “They will include simplifying the approval process for domestic sales, establishing convenient financing, expanding sales channels and enhancing brand image,” he said.

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