Foreign direct investment grows 25.1 percent in China
Beijing, Oct 17 (Prensa Latina) China closed September with a 25.1 percent year-on-year rise in foreign direct investment (FDI), which amounted to 99.30 billion Yuan (14.2 billion dollars), official data indicated today.
According to statistics from the Ministry of Commerce, these operations grew 15 points in the services sector and 26.4 in the high technology branch.
The 150 percent rise in the flow of capital from The Netherlands and also the 32.8 percent rise in that originating in the United Kingdom stood out.
This is the sixth consecutive month of 2020 that China has exhibited increases in FDI.
This Asian nation aims to attract more funds from abroad with flexible regulations, the introduction of preferential measures and a greater opening of its market.
The Ministry of Commerce is also committed in September to expand the range of businesses and sectors of interest for companies from other latitudes.
|By the minute||Most read|