CHINA'S DEFICIT IN SERVICES TRADE SET TO KEEP RISING IN NEAR FUTURE

China's services trade deficit is expected to rise further in the next few years, which is in line with the law of economic growth and the level of China's economic development, a senior trade official said Thursday.

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