China stats bureau is out on the wires stating the nation pursues balanced trade and that trade friction with the US will not change trend of stable development of China's economy.
- China pursues a balanced trade, and the growth momentum will not be influenced by trade tension
- The late spring holidays had an impact on the economy
- The US evoked trade disputes, neglected global trade rules
- Domestic demand has offset external risks to the economy
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