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China Seeks Foreign Investors for Sewage Treatment
The Chinese government has put out the welcome sign for foreign businesses prepared to help with a domestic headache -- sewage treatment.
Southwestern Chinese City to Open Key State Sectors
In possibly the boldest move yet in breaking China's State monopolies, the southwestern city of Chengdu is to allow private capital and foreign investment into key sectors, including infrastructure, telecommunications, electric power and gas.
China's VC System Needs to Improve
China's venture capital (VC) system needs to be improved to accelerate the development of the country's small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), industry experts and analysts urged.
Beijing Welcomes Foreign Participation in Subway Projects
Beijing will introduce a bidding system for the design, construction and management of its subway projects to allow participation by prominent firms around the world, Beijing Mayor Liu Qi said Wednesday.
China Unveils Measures to Absorb Overseas Investment
A senior Chinese foreign trade official says China will continue to improve its legal framework for overseas investment, while introducing additional measures to boost overseas investment in agriculture, high-tech sectors and other fields.
China's Service Sector to Be Further Developed: Official
Chinese government was urged to better develop local service sector by gradually opening fields such as foreign trade, tourism, banking and insurance.
Foreigners Can Buy into Securities and Fund Management Companies
Latest rules on foreign participation in domestic fund management and securities firms are paving the way for the first batch of Sino-foreign joint ventures in those industries since the country joined the World Trade Organization (WTO).
China Rules to Govern Overseas Tourism
Beijing Monday released a new regulation governing Chinese tourists travelling abroad, which will go into effect on July 1.
Refined Oil Market to Open Wider
China's once tightly controlled market for refined oil products is likely to open wider with the establishment this month of a joint venture between major industry player Royal/Dutch Shell and Sinopec, China's second largest oil company, to operate petrol stations.
Success Shines on Brilliance
The Chinese Government has taken another important step in opening its automotive industry wider to domestic private investors by allowing Brilliance Auto to produce and sell its passenger cars.