China's FDI Environment Improving Despite Unrest

Despite pay rises and labour unrest prevailing over mainland China, the nation still has not lost its appeal to multinatioal corporations as foreign direct investment (FDI) is predicted to surpass US$100 billion this year, says the China Daily, quoting the Ministry of Commerce.


Wang Zhile, a director at the ministry, told the China Daily that labour costs are no longer the main factor attracting foreign companies.


Since April this year, China has been implementing measures to improve the investment environment.


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