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Investment on track in first half

Foreign direct investment into China stabilized in the first half of 2017, and the nation’s outbound direct investment took a nosedive as authorities curbed irrational deals and fine-tuned the investment portfolio, Ministry of Commerce officials said on Thursday.

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Report: China-US investment ties bigger than thought

While China-US economic relations under the next US administration have been the topic of much speculation lately, a report released on Monday showed that bilateral investment ties are far stronger and hold greater potential than most people realize.

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Multinationals exude confidence in country

Despite China’s cooling economy, the enthusiasm of the world’s top 500 companies for setting up new business in the country shows no signs of abating.

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Enter the dream zones

This is a tale of three cities, each very different but with one thing in common: They are attracting tens of thousands of tech-savvy entrepreneurs with dreams of changing China’s economy.

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Consensus near on mighty treaty

Wei Jianguo, vice chairman of the China Center for International Economic Exchanges, said it’s only a matter of time before China and the U.S. reach a consensus on the Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT), which has been undergone 18 rounds of negotiations since the 1990s.

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Maryland governor leads mission to China

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan took off Tuesday on a 12-day mission to South Korea, China and Japan in a bid to strengthen his state’s ties with the three Asian economic powerhouses.

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