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MNI BRIEF: U.S. China Top Concern For FDI -MOFCOM


Foreign companies view China U.S. relations as their biggest risk when considering investment into China, according to Shu Jueting, Spokesperson for the Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM). Speaking at a press conference on Thursday, Shu said foreign companies had told MOFCOM they were eager to expand business in China, but were worried about geo-political rivalry between the world's two largest economies.

The State Council recently unveiled a 24 point plan aimed at optimizing the investment environment for foreign investors, Shu said.

Foreign business leaders recently told MNI China’s macro-economic direction now ranks as their top concern in the country. (See: MNI: China FDI Outlook Down As Economy Weakens - Chambers - Bonds & Currency News | Market News)
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