Editor's Note
December 11, 2006 marks the 5th anniversary of China's entry into the World Trade Organization (WTO). In the past five years, China has comprehensively and fully implemented the extensive commitments it made upon joining the world trade body in 2001.
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- Five Years After WTO, Trade Disputes Increase
- Exporters Face More Technical Barriers
- Chinese Experts Reject US Criticism on China's Post-WTO Performance
- China's WTO Entry Sparks Rapid Economic Expansion: Report
- China Enters New Era in Opening to Outside World
- Doom and Gloom Forecasts on Post-WTO China Falter
- Chinese Weigh Pros and Cons of 5 Years into WTO
- Growing Confidence, Strong Commitment in Opening up
- Five Years On, Nation Rises to WTO Challenge
- A Review of China's Car Industry in Past 5 Years
- Prospects of Doha Round Talks Not Clear
- Ambassador: China Has Implemented WTO Obligations
- Nation Must 'Open Its Markets?'
- China Has Made Remarkable Progress in Economic Opening
- WTO Membership 'Big Plus for Everyone?'
- Bank Rule Offers Protection
- China Urged to Play Bigger Role in WTO
- Official Warns of Challenges Faced by Food Industry
- Envoy: US Benefits Much from China's Rapid Progress

Symposium Held to Mark the Fifth Anniversary of China's WTO Entry
Five Years After China's Accession to the WTO: Retrospect and Prospect
Useful Links
- China in Brief
- China Statistics
- Mapping out 11th Five-Year Guidelines
- Foreign Market Access Report 2006
- China: Facts and Figures 2005
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