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  • China to roll out more policies to boost new all-round opening-up

    More policies will come out soon to boost a new round of opening-up in China, as the fourth plenary session of the 19th Central Committee of the CPC clarified to improve the pre-establishment national treatment plus negative list management system and promote system-oriented opening-up.


  • China to always welcome foreign firms including U.S. ones to invest in China

    A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman said Thursday that China will always welcome foreign companies, including U.S. companies, to invest and operate in China.


  • NW China's Ningxia tamps industrial construction to set better inland opening-up example

    Northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, a pivotal region of the ancient Silk Road, hopes to attract more foreign investment while participating in the Belt and Road construction.


  • Multiple provinces in China plan to attract foreign investment in high-tech manufacturing

    Multiple provinces in China are planning to further open their high-tech manufacturing sectors to foreign investment, reported the Economic Information Daily on Tuesday.


  • China remains most attractive investment destination, MIIT

    China is still the most attractive investment destination in the world by far, as it boasts a huge domestic market, a complete industrial system and efficient infrastructure, reported the Shanghai Securities News on Wednesday citing a Chinese official.


  • China to soon unveil new foreign investment negative lists

    China will roll out the revised negative lists for foreign investment market access by the end of this month, the country's commerce ministry said Thursday.


  • China to attract more foreign investment into economic, technological development zones

    China's Ministry of Commerce (MOC) will take various measures to attract foreign investment into the country's state-level economic and technological development zones, an official with the MOC said Wednesday.


  • China to further open its industrial sector to foreign investors, MIIT

    China will further push ahead the opening-up of its industrial sector, in order to attract more foreign investments, according to the country's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.


  • China to update negative list for foreign investment

    A shorter negative list for foreign investment will be released in the first half of the year to expand market access for foreign investors, a commerce official said Monday.


  • China approves fixed-asset investment projects worth 55.3 bln USD

    China's top economic planner approved 50 fixed-asset investment projects worth 370.3 billion yuan (about 55.3 billion U.S. dollars) in the first quarter of 2019, official data showed.


  • China to further ease market access for foreign investment

    China will further relax controls on market access and shorten the negative list for foreign investment, said Chinese Premier Li Keqiang Thursday.


  • China to further implementation of negative list-based access in financial sector, PBOC governor

    China's financial sector has made breakthroughs in its opening up to the outside world. The authorities will strive to improve rules concerning financial market opening-up, enhance institutional and systematic openness.


  • Interview: China's foreign investment law to be gladly welcomed -- U.S. expert

    China's newly passed foreign investment law will help level the playing field and be gladly welcomed by foreign investors, said a senior U.S. expert.


  • Foreign investment law reaffirms China's commitment to IP protection, economist says

    China has stepped up its protection of intellectual property (IP) rights over the past years, and the newly passed foreign investment law indicates that it is willing to keep up with the efforts, said a renowned economist.


  • China Focus: China adopts foreign investment law

    China's national legislature on Friday passed the foreign investment law, a landmark legislation that will provide stronger protection and a better business environment for overseas investors.


  • China opens its door wider for foreign investment

    China opens its door wider for foreign investment, with constant efforts including promoting the publication of a foreign investment law, said a senior officer at the Ministry of Commerce (MOC)..


  • Hainan sets up agency to woo foreign investment

    China's southernmost island province of Hainan set up a new public service agency to attract foreign capital and provide international corporate services, local authorities said.


  • ROK's Orchem to establish China headquarters in east China

    Orchem Co. Ltd., a leading printed circuit board (PCB) maker from the Republic of Korea (ROK), plans to set up its China headquarters in the city of Changzhou, east China's Jiangsu Province.


  • China's Two Sessions draw global attention on foreign investment, BRI

    Experts worldwide are following closely China's annual Two Sessions, a window to help them understand where the world's second largest economy is heading and what it means to the world.


  • China to roll out more measures for attracting overseas capital in 2019

    The Ministry of Commerce (MOC) will take measures to further advance the campaign for facilitating overseas investment inflow as well as keep improving regional opening-up layout, Vice Minister of Commerce Wang Shouwen told a recent meeting.


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