Commerce Vice-Minister Wang Shouwen said this week that Beijing plans to “significantly” increase the number of sectors in which foreigners can invest. Photo: Reuters Commerce Vice-Minister Wang Shouwen said this week that Beijing plans to “significantly” increase the number of sectors in which foreigners can invest. Photo: Reuters
Commerce Vice-Minister Wang Shouwen said this week that Beijing plans to “significantly” increase the number of sectors in which foreigners can invest. Photo: Reuters
China economy

China continues to sweet-talk foreign firms, but business groups ‘need something solid’

  • Vice-Premier Hu Chunhua says preferential policies released by the government will apply equally to foreign companies
  • Market access remains the top concern among European businesses operating on the mainland, according to the president of the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China

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Commerce Vice-Minister Wang Shouwen said this week that Beijing plans to “significantly” increase the number of sectors in which foreigners can invest. Photo: Reuters Commerce Vice-Minister Wang Shouwen said this week that Beijing plans to “significantly” increase the number of sectors in which foreigners can invest. Photo: Reuters
Commerce Vice-Minister Wang Shouwen said this week that Beijing plans to “significantly” increase the number of sectors in which foreigners can invest. Photo: Reuters
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