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  • China Focus: Hainan free trade port rises as investment magnet

    South China's Hainan Province Tuesday witnessed the inking of 104 key projects to inject new impetus into the construction of its free trade port (FTP).


  • C. China's Hunan sees surging outbound investment during Jan.- Feb.

    The outbound direct investment (ODI) of central China's Hunan Province surged 92.9 percent year on year to 390 million U.S. dollars during the first two months of 2021, latest data showed by local authorities.


  • Over 130 bln USD of investment inked at Guangzhou Annual Investment Conference

    The southern Chinese metropolis of Guangzhou saw a total investment of more than 860 billion yuan (about 131 billion U.S. dollars) inked during its annual investment conference held on Tuesday.


  • Major projects start first year of 14th Five-Year Plan period

    As the first year starting the 14th Five-Year Plan period (2021-2025), batches of major projects are being launched this year.


  • China pledges to ensure stable foreign investment and trade: MOC

    China will pledge more efforts to stabilize foreign investment and trade this year, according to the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) at a press conference held on Wednesday.


  • China's A-share market to fluctuate in short term, institution

    China's A-share market is likely to fluctuate for a while in the short term, reported Xinhua Finance citing a research report of Everbright Securities Tuesday.


  • E.China Shandong registers surging fixed-asset investment in 2016-2020

    East China's Shandong Province witnessed the stable operation of fixed-asset investment during the 13th Five-Year Plan Period (2016-2020), achieving an average annual growth of 3.2 percent, according to local statistical authorities.


  • U.S.-China investment ties remain deep despite "decoupling" efforts: FT

    Despite the United States' strategic rivalry with China, when "it comes to making money, there is much more that attracts than repels," The Financial Times (FT) said in an analysis published Thursday.


  • China encourages companies to invest in Philippine infrastructure projects

    The Chinese government encourages Chinese companies to take part in the commercially feasible projects in the Philippines to help the Southeast Asian country to build its much-needed infrastructure, Chinese Ambassador to the Philippines Huang Xilian said on Thursday.


  • Economic Watch: As largest FDI recipient, China improves business climate for investors

    Rising above the challenges brought by the COVID-19 epidemic and the global economic recession, China became the world's top destination for new foreign direct investment (FDI) last year, and it has introduced a series of policies to further improve its business environment.


  • Major foreign invested projects launched in China, eyeing potential and resilience of China's economy

    China's vigorous economic development in 2020 and the continuous release of the opening-up policy at the beginning of 2021 have further stimulated the expectation of foreign investment on the Chinese market, reported Economic Information Daily Sunday.


  • China's fixed-asset investment recovers steadily in 2020

    China's fixed-asset investment (FAI) steadily recovered in 2020, with the investment in the high-tech industry and private sector rising rapidly, data from the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) showed Monday.


  • China's QDII approved quotas surpass 120 bln U.S. dollars

    The approved quotas of the Qualified Domestic Institutional Investor (QDII) program, a scheme that allows Chinese investors to access foreign assets, totaled 125.72 billion U.S. dollars as of Jan. 13, according to the State Administration of Foreign Exchange.


  • ​China's manufacturing sector expected to attract more investment

    China's manufacturing sector is expected to embrace more investment following marked recovery of China's economy, reported China Securities Journal Thursday.


  • Southern Chinese resort city sees setup of 158 foreign capital enterprises in 2020

    Sanya, a resort city in south China's Hainan Province witnessed setup of 158 new foreign-funded enterprises in 2020, a year on year increase of 163 percent, reported Hainan Daily Friday.


  • CPEC economic zone to generate 1 bln USD investment in Pakistan's Sindh province

    Dhabeji Special Economic Zone to be developed under framework of the CPEC in Pakistan's Sindh province will generate 1 billion U.S. dollars investment and provide 100,000 direct and indirect jobs for local population.


  • China's high-tech hub proves hotbed for investment

    The 2020 Shenzhen Global Investment Promotion Conference has exemplified investors' insight into the strong innovation capability of the high-tech hub in south China's Guangdong Province, with 242 deals signed, clinching contractual investments of 780 billion yuan (119 billion U.S. dollars).


  • British businesses in China unfazed despite COVID-19: survey

    British companies have remained resilient, optimistic, and committed to China despite the woes of the coronavirus pandemic, a survey released Tuesday by the British Chamber of Commerce in China showed.


  • Interview: Brazil's Sao Paulo state eyes Chinese investment, says official

    As a Brazilian state with great potential, Sao Paulo welcomes investment from China, its main trading partner, an official said Wednesday.


  • China conducts capacity and investment cooperation with 40-odd countries

    China has carried out capacity and investment cooperation with 40 plus countries, Gao Gao, deputy secretary-general of the National Development and Reform Commission, said at the 12th China Overseas Investment Fair held on Wednesday in Beijing.


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