China unveils a package of measures on Tuesday to help boost consumption amid an economic slowdown and escalating trade tensions with the United States.
The twenty measures in the package range from applying new technologies to promote the circulation of products and relaxing curbs on automobile purchases to improving infrastructure for commercial activities and accelerating the development of convenience stores.
The new measures are designed to further tap China's consumption potential and better meet the demand of Chinese consumers . . .
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