China relaxed rules led to an increase in FDI inflow in the January to October period. Photo: AFP

Foreign firms from Michelin to Burger King shrug off trade war to bet on China as reduced red tape boosts FDI

  • Foreign direct investment jumps 6.6 per cent to US$107.1 billion in the first 10 months of this year, according to Ministry of Commerce
  • Beijing’s efforts to stabilise foreign direct investment inflow through reduced regulation is paying off, with investors continuing to pour in money
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China relaxed rules led to an increase in FDI inflow in the January to October period. Photo: AFP
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