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The China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (simplified Chinese: 中国国际贸易促进委员会; traditional Chinese: 中國國際貿易促進委員會; pinyin: Zhōngguó Guójì Màoyì Cùjìn Wěiyuánhuì; CCPIT) is a trade body founded in 1952.[1] It also goes by the name of the China Chamber of International Commerce (Chinese: 中国国际商会, CCOIC). CCPIT is under the Ministry of Commerce.[2]

The CCPIT develops business cooperation and exchanges with foreign countries and has long been associated with the Chinese Communist Party's united front strategy.[1][3][2] It is charged with organizing trade fairs and events in promotion of the Belt and Road Initiative.[4] In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, CCPIT was charged with issuing force majeure certificates to Chinese companies unable to meet their contractual trade obligations.[5]

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References

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  4. ^ Lulu, Jichang (2019-11-26). "Repurposing democracy: The European Parliament China Friendship Cluster". Sinopsis. Archived from the original on 2019-12-10. Retrieved 2019-11-26.
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