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China plans zero-tariff policy for least developed countries
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China plans to progressively carry out next year a zero-tariff policy on 95 percent of imports from least developed countries, the Ministry of Commerce said Wednesday.

The ministry said this move aimed to increase exports to China from these countries. But it did not elaborate which imports would enjoy the favorable policy.

The ministry also presented an outline summary of the efforts China has made or is making to assist developing countries in fields such as agriculture, food donations, education, training, clean energy, and loan reductions or exemptions for impoverished nations.

(Xinhua News Agency September 24, 2009)

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