China will increase international trade (By Sylodium, global import export directory).

Until November of 2012, China's exports grew 7.3 percent compared with 2011, while imports grew 4.1 percent.

China's exports could grow 8 percent in 2013 while imports could rise 7.8 percent. However, the external countries are pessimistic for China's increasing of imports, because in 2012 China hasn't targeted like they had planned about opening their trade.

It's expected that overall China’s reform, in the tax and fiscal system, reducing import duties (reducing trade friction with other countries), more active in multilateral and bilateral trade negotiations (like US or EU) even considering talking about a FTA with US   (that have replaced the EU as biggest trading partner) and the function of the government, will accelerate international trade in 2013.

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