China is moving closer to creating a global trade network and trading platform.
In 2018, the country’s government announced that it would create a global clearinghouse for global trade data.
That same year, the Chinese government announced the creation of a global market for virtual goods.
The two projects are expected to be merged into one China-backed marketplace in 2021, called China Global Trade Portal.
The creation of China Global Marketplace is a key component of the government’s plan to increase China’s global market share in the global market.
The Chinese government has made global trade a central pillar of its national economic policy, and China Global Market is a major part of this strategy.
China Global Marketplace aims to become a clearinghouse, a marketplace for global trading data, and a clearing house for global payments and other payments-related services.
The portal will provide a platform for companies and institutions to use the Chinese national digital currency, the People’s Bank of China’s (PBOC) Yuan.
The platform will also facilitate payment and other transactional services.
The Chinese government hopes that the portal will become a hub for digital transactions and payments.
As China’s economy is currently undergoing a rapid transformation, the PBOC is increasingly interested in fostering an ecosystem for digital payments and services.
This includes a portal that will facilitate digital payments, and an app that will provide access to digital payment services.
China is not alone in pursuing the creation and expansion of a platform to facilitate global payments.
The US has also been working on a similar initiative.
In 2017, the US Treasury announced that the US Department of the Treasury would create and promote a global marketplace for digital services.
With the creation, the Treasury aims to use blockchain technology to allow for payments across borders and with ease of entry.
The US Treasury’s blockchain platform, called Digital Currency Initiative, was launched in 2017.
It aims to facilitate payments across international borders.
The Treasury aims for a global, global marketplace that will allow the US to compete on the global stage with global peers such as China, Brazil, and Russia.
The China Global Commerce Portal will enable companies to buy and sell goods and services in China.
As with any global marketplace, the portal also aims to support digital commerce across borders.
China Global Currency Portal will also be a hub of international payments and payments-based services, and will provide tools for individuals to exchange digital currencies for local currencies and other digital currencies.
The global marketplace will help establish a common platform for digital currencies and digital payment service providers.
China will likely utilize its platform to sell digital currencies to individuals, businesses, and institutions.
The digital marketplace is expected to make it easier for Chinese individuals and businesses to buy goods and goods services in the country.
As Chinese consumers and businesses increasingly demand goods and service from abroad, China Global Economy Portal could help the country sell goods to these buyers.
The digital marketplace will also allow individuals and companies to exchange virtual currencies for real currencies.
This is the first global marketplace to be set up by the Chinese Ministry of Commerce.
The government hopes to attract foreign companies and individuals to the portal.
In 2018, China announced that its government would establish a digital market to facilitate digital services, a platform that would facilitate payments and payment-related transactions.
The Shanghai Composite Index, China’s benchmark stock index, is expected in 2020 to soar by more than 500 percent.
This is likely due to the rapid growth of digital payments in China, which has been steadily increasing in size and volume over the past several years.
As a global leader in the digital economy, China will want to expand its global marketplace and support it with the creation.
This would be a significant step toward becoming a world leader in digital commerce.
China has been aggressively expanding its digital economy in recent years.
In March, the central government launched the countrys first ever stock market, and in June, the Shanghai Composite rose by nearly 500 percent in the first two days of trading.
These developments are a clear indication that the Chinese central government is determined to further expand its digital market.
In fact, the government is expected over the next several months to expand the Shanghai Stock Exchange to a total of 2,000 companies, and increase the number of Chinese companies listed on the Shanghai stock exchange from the current 25 to 50.
As digital payments continue to become more prevalent, the global marketplace could be a good opportunity for China to expand this market to provide more services to the global economy.
The creation of the global trade portal is a significant indicator that the government plans to create a worldwide market for digital goods and payments in 2021.