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China’s 2019 foreign direct investment grew most in two years, but outbound investment fell 6 per cent

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Foreign direct investment in China in 2019 grew the most in two years, though outbound investment declined amid continuing capital controls.Foreign direct investment (FDI) was up 5.8 per cent year-on-year to 941.5 billion yuan (US7 billion) last year, the commerce ministry said on Tuesday, the biggest rise since 2017, when it grew 7.9 per cent in yuan terms.China remained the second largest recipient of FDI globally, said Chinese vice-commerce Minister Qian Keming on Tuesday in Beijing.China…

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Foreign direct investment in China in 2019 grew the most in two years, though outbound investment declined amid continuing capital controls.Foreign direct investment (FDI) was up 5.8 per cent year-on-year to 941.5 billion yuan (US$137 billion) last year, the commerce ministry said on Tuesday, the biggest rise since 2017, when it grew 7.9 per cent in yuan terms.China remained the second largest recipient of FDI globally, said Chinese vice-commerce Minister Qian Keming on Tuesday in Beijing.China…
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