China pledges to open up its 'super-sized' economy
President Xi APEC :. China's commitments to open its economy 'large'

China also signed free trade agreements with more countries, said Thursday

Xi was speaking at the Forum Economic Cooperation Asia -Pacific (APEC), including the US and Russia.

is still unclear whether US President Donald Trump speak at the event, which continues on Friday.

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    Xi also used the speech on Thursday that China would deny Apec away from other economies - known as decoupling - and warn agains t protectionism.

    "We will not backtrack or running against the historical trend of 'decoupling' or forming a small circle to keep others out," said Xi. Free trade

    comments Mr. Xi out of the back of the largest regional firm agreement on free trade in the world during the weekend, covering almost a third of economic output of the world.

    The regional Economic Partnership (RCEP), nearly a decade in the making, includes China, Japan, South Korea and 12 other countries in Asia.

    "in today's world where economic globalization has become an irreversible trend, no country can develop by keeping their doors closed," added Mr. Xi.

    However, China is involved in a number of trade disputes with rival economies, including Australia, which has imposed import tariffs of up to 80% barley.

    last month, Mr. Xi and other Chinese leaders introduced a draft five-year plan for China and key objectives for the next 15 years.

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