The CBO estimated the shutdown reduced gross domestic product in the last quarter of 2018 by billion.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought "significant challenges" to the cross-border merger and acquisition activities of Chinese businesses although new opportunities have likewise emerged for investors, officials at leading law firms said.
The Blue House indicated that the delegation's key mission was to broker talks between Pyongyang and Washington.
The Boston-based giant expected that GE Industrial, the company's core business, could burn up to billion in 2019. That means GE Industrial may see negative free cash flows this year.
The CPC will also unswervingly implement the principles of long-term coexistence, mutual oversight, sincerity, and sharing the rough times and the smooth in handling its relationships with other Chinese political parties, and the CPC will support these parties in performing their duties in accordance with the requirements of the Chinese socialist system for their participation in governance, it said.
The CPC said the central contradiction facing Chinese society has evolved from "the ever-growing material and cultural needs of the people and backward social production" to "unbalanced and inadequate development and the people's ever-growing needs for a better life."
The CSRC in July announced a move to end foreign ownership limits on brokerages, fund management firms and futures companies in 2020, a year earlier than originally planned as China speeds up its financial opening-up.
The COVID-19 pandemic has further popularized the use of digital tools with digital health codes and early online reservation required before visiting public places such as parks, hospitals and banks.
The CPC Central Committee held the workshop to help senior provincial and ministerial officials understand two documents, one on the norms of political life within the Party in the new era, and a regulation on intra-Party supervision, which were approved by last year's plenum.
The Bank of China, CASS and the Bank of Communications generally believe that China's economic growth still remains stable this year and the growth rate is expected to be around 6.6 to 6.7 percent, with no problem to meet the target of 6.5 percent, the report said.