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  • China sees spurred business entities vitality in Q1-Q3

    Statistics from State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) showed that in the first three quarters, the number of newly established foreign-invested enterprises hit 46,586, exceeding the pre-pandemic level, while the number of newly established private enterprises was 7.065 million, indicating a year-on-year increase of 15.3 percent.


  • Economic Watch: China's Greater Bay Area emerges as promising growth engine

    An investment promotion event for the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA) held on Nov. 8 in Guangzhou, south China's Guangdong Province, witnessed the signing of 859 investment and trade deals totaling about 2.24 trillion yuan (around 312 billion U.S. dollars).


  • (BRF2023) Xi unveils moves to support an open world economy

    China will support an open world economy, with its total trade in goods and services expected to exceed 32 trillion U.S. dollars and 5 trillion U.S. dollars respectively in the 2024-2028 period, Chinese President Xi Jinping said Wednesday.


  • China to further ease foreign ownership restrictions: ministry

    China will mull the feasibility of further removing or relaxing foreign ownership restrictions to draw more global investors, the Ministry of Commerce said Thursday.


  • China's negative lists for foreign investment shrink 80 pct over decade: official

    China's negative lists for foreign investment have been reduced by more than 80 percent since 2013, when the negative list approach was first adopted in China's inaugural pilot free trade zone (FTZ) in Shanghai, according to an official from the Ministry of Commerce.


  • Services trade fair in Beijing highlights China's strong magnet for foreign investment

    The 2023 China International Fair for Trade in Services (CIFTIS), which is one of the world's largest and most comprehensive fairs for trade in services, kicked off in Beijing on September 2, highlighting China's endeavor to open the country's services sector wider and expand international cooperation in service trade.


  • Bustling int'l services trade fair attests to China's foreign investment magnetism

    The ongoing 2023 CIFTIS has attracted over 500 Global Fortune 500 companies and industry-leading enterprises, and many of them are eyeing growing opportunities amid the country's innovation-driven development and opening-up endeavors.


  • China's Shaanxi sees surging foreign investment

    The foreign direct investment (FDI) in actual use surged by 26.4 percent year on year to 880 million U.S. dollars in the first seven months of this year in northwest China's Shaanxi Province, authorities said Tuesday.


  • Interview: China's new measures offer broader opportunities for foreign investment

    China considers it vital to attract and utilize foreign investment while advancing its economic development, and the guidelines the country unveiled lately aim at providing a more favorable business environment and broader market opportunities for foreign-invested companies, said an expert.


  • Economic Watch: China bolsters efforts to retain foreign investment magnetism

    In a recent development, China has intensified its policy support aimed at attracting foreign investment and catering to the needs of international firms.


  • Update: China to promote, strengthen policy support for inbound investment

    China will promote and strengthen policy support for inbound foreign investment, a Ministry of Commerce official told a press conference on Monday.


  • China's State Council stresses optimizing foreign investment environment

    China's State Council has recently issued a statement outlining its guidelines regarding further optimizing the foreign investment environment and intensifying efforts to attract foreign investments.


  • More measures to attract, utilize foreign investment

    The Chinese government is placing more emphasis on attracting foreign investment and continuously improving the business environment.


  • Foreign companies set up R&D centers amid China's innovation boom

    In recent years, many foreign companies have chosen China as their ideal location to settle their research and development (R&D) centers to cater to the vast Chinese market demands and serve a larger global market.


  • German auto supplier ZF opens R&D center in China

    German auto supplier ZF Group has opened a new R&D center in Guangzhou, capital of south China's Guangdong Province, where it also kicked start construction of an auto electronics plant.


  • 【Financial Str. Release】Economic Watch: China's capital market draws foreign investment amid opening up

    China's capital market, boosted by cranked-up policies and measures on opening-up, will continue to attract foreign investment in the second half of this year, analysts from investment banks and securities companies predict.


  • Foreign-funded projects worth 11.7 bln USD inked in China's Jiangsu

    Forty-five foreign-funded industrial projects with a total investment of 11.7 billion U.S. dollars have been inked in east China's Jiangsu Province, one of the country's economic powerhouses.


  • China's development zones attract over 30,000 foreign companies

    China's state-level economic and technological development zones have attracted more than 30,000 foreign-funded companies, the Ministry of Commerce said Tuesday.


  • By expanding investments, German, French companies remain confident in Chinese economy

    Chinese Premier Li Qiang's trips to leading European economies encouraged business representatives from Germany and France, who noted that the visits boosted their confidence in the Chinese economy and plans to continue investing in China.


  • China to incentivize foreign investment

    China will fully align with the international high-standard market regulation system, establish a new system for higher-level open economy, and steadily expand institutional opening-up with regard to rules regulations, management, and standards.


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