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China's trade with world surges ninefold after 20 years in WTO

Beijing keeps guard on state enterprises to Washington's chagrin

China has pledged to further open up its market through the RCEP and the CPTPP. (Photo by Akira Kodaka)

BEIJING -- In the 20 years since joining the World Trade Organization, China has increased its foreign trade by ninefold, vaulting ahead of the U.S. to become the top player, but little progress has been made on reforming entrenched state-owned enterprises.

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