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9 November, 2019 00:00 00 AM
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FOREIGN INVESTMENT

China to improve business environment

BLOOMBERG, New York

The State Council has issued a guideline on better using foreign investment with a focus on safeguarding the national treatment of foreign-funded enterprises, according to the government’s website Thursday.

The guideline puts forward 20 policies in four aspects to create a more “fair, transparent and predictable” business environment for foreign investors.

To deepen opening-up, China will continue to reduce the negative lists for foreign investment access in both pilot free trade zones and the rest of the country, and comprehensively eliminate restrictions that are not included in the negative lists.

China will accelerate the opening-up of the financial sector and optimize the foreign investment policies for automobile industry.

In promoting investment, China will optimize scientific and technological innovation services for foreign-invested enterprises and improve the construction of pilot free trade zones.

More efforts will be made to improve state-level economic and technological development zones in attracting quality foreign investment and give priority to the establishment of a number of comprehensive bonded zones in the central and western regions.

In deepening reform to facilitate investment, China will lower the cost of cross-border capital use, make it easier for foreigners to work in China and optimize the approval process for the use of land for foreign-funded projects.

 

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