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US investors still piling FDI money into China despite rising political tensions

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The continuous long-term investment inflows into China from the US, if confirmed, could be a result of Beijing’s efforts to woo American businesses despite its quarrels with Washington over Hong Kong, Taiwan, the South China Sea, and Xinjiang. Photo: Reuters

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US investors still piling FDI money into China despite rising political tensionsThe continuous long-term investment inflows into China from the US, if confirmed, could be a result of Beijing’s efforts to woo American businesses despite its quarrels with Washington over Hong Kong, Taiwan, the South China Sea, and Xinjiang. Photo: Reuters

The continuous long-term investment inflows into China from the US, if confirmed, could be a result of Beijing’s efforts to woo American businesses despite its quarrels with Washington over Hong Kong, Taiwan, the South China Sea, and Xinjiang. Photo: Reuters

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