China's economic growth and its commitment to urbanization and globalization are stimulating Chinese investment in the United States, said officials from both countries on Tuesday.
China will continue to broaden the permitted fluctuation range of yuan trading as the next step in deepening currency reform.
March money supply exceeds 100 trillion yuan
Oil prices dropped sharply Monday as China's growth rate was weaker than market expectations.
China's real estate investment growth slowed in the first quarter of 2013.
The value of deals signed at China's flagship trade fair may be on par with the previous session, which suggests improving sentiment about the world's biggest exporter, officials said.
With increasing investable assets, stable macroeconomic fundamentals and policies to invest outside China, the nation has become a widely welcomed source of investors, whether they are focused on direct investment or financial products in European countries.
The 2015 annual trade target between China and New Zealand, at NZ$20 billion ($17.24 billion), will be realized at least one year earlier.