Foreign companies step up investment in China

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China is currently the most popular destination for foreign direct investment (FDI) in the world and will likely remain the largest destination of FDI in the next few years. Although early this year, some foreign companies and politicians complained about a worsening of investment environment in China, more and more multinaitonals are using their ambitious expansion plans in the Chinese market to prove them wrong.


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