A disruptive zero-Covid policy and other economic uncertainties are resulting in many smaller European firms trying to reduce their dependency on China. Photo: Reuters
A disruptive zero-Covid policy and other economic uncertainties are resulting in many smaller European firms trying to reduce their dependency on China. Photo: Reuters

China’s rising FDI inflows questioned as bulk of investments from EU come from a few large firms

  • ‘Virtually no new European firms have chosen to enter the Chinese market in recent years,’ according to US-based Rhodium Group
  • China’s environment for foreign firms has ‘deteriorated’ in recent months, resulting in increasingly louder calls for more to be done to support foreign and private businesses

A disruptive zero-Covid policy and other economic uncertainties are resulting in many smaller European firms trying to reduce their dependency on China. Photo: Reuters
A disruptive zero-Covid policy and other economic uncertainties are resulting in many smaller European firms trying to reduce their dependency on China. Photo: Reuters
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