China-Foreign Investment/MOC

China remains top FDI recipient among developing countries for 1/4 century: spokesman

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Beijing, China - Oct 12, 2017
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"We'll further expand our sectors opened to foreign businesses and create a business environment that is endearing, beneficial and safe to them. Meanwhile, we'd continue making overall arrangement to promote outward investments, project contracting, and cooperation of labor service by encouraging the competitive enterprises to go out. We'll boost development while preventing risks, so as to upgrade our enterprises' capacity of internationalized operation."
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China has remained an attractive market to be the top foreign investment recipient among the developing countries for 25 years, said Gao Feng, spokesman with the Ministry of Commerce (MOC), at a press conference in Beijing on Thursday.

The MOC statistics showed that China actually attracted 521.7 billion U.S. dollars of foreign investment from 2013 to 2016, with new foreign-funded companies augmenting to 101,000, outperforming other developing countries for 25 years in a row.

Foreign capital has mainly flown to high and new technology industries, which attracted 19.1 percent of foreign investment in 2016, five percentage points more than the figure in 2012, according to Gao.

"We'll further expand our sectors opened to foreign businesses and create a business environment that is endearing, beneficial and safe to them. Meanwhile, we'd continue making overall arrangement to promote outward investments, project contracting, and cooperation of labor service by encouraging the competitive enterprises to go out. We'll boost development while preventing risks, so as to upgrade our enterprises' capacity of internationalized operation," said Gao.

China’s investment in foreign countries kept growing in the past five years, he said.

In the first half of 2017, China invested 28.99 billion U.S. dollars in 97 overseas cooperation zones in 44 countries, paid 3.09 billion dollars of taxation to host countries, and created more than 240,000 job for local people, according to the MOC statistics.



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