A Chinese flag flies in the financial district of Pudong in Shanghai. By easing restrictions on FDI in China, the government shows it understands that a more level playing field for foreign companies is ultimately beneficial for its own long-term prosperity. Photo: Reuters
Dominic Ng
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Dominic Ng

Foreign investors have taken note of China’s easing on FDI. The US government should, too

  • Dominic Ng says while Beijing’s moves do not go far enough, they have made a real difference to foreign businesses entering the Chinese market, including US firms. Trade negotiators on both sides should seize on the opportunities this presents

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A Chinese flag flies in the financial district of Pudong in Shanghai. By easing restrictions on FDI in China, the government shows it understands that a more level playing field for foreign companies is ultimately beneficial for its own long-term prosperity. Photo: Reuters
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