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According to China’s Ministry of Commerce, overseas direct investment reached 170.1 billion USD in 2016, up 44% from the previous year. ODI from China is expected to slow down in 2017 due to tighter regulation in China. However, the trend of Chinese companies investing overseas will continue. As Chinese companies become more expereinced in overseas business, the quality and sustainability of Chinese ODI will improve.
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The second edition of the Global Timber Conference 2017 (GTC 2017) is once again back to gather 300 odd regional policy makers, experts and captains of the industry from over 20 countries in Sarawak; under the selected theme ‘Innovation & Market Driven Strategies: Keys to Sustainable Growth’ to discuss and deliberate on strategies in lifting the timber and timber-products industry.
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The primary two themes of the 8th ICC are China- Europe infrastructure partnerships for OBOR and the “ Content Economy”- a phrase to reflect China’s demand led growth in sports, media, finance, fashion, culture, entertainment, retail, healthcare, travel, tourism, fintech and clean tech. The objective of the ICC is to develop cross border investing. The Investor/B2B day is 18th and on the 19th there is a world class conference, finishing with a...
Content Types: EventRegions & Countries: ChinaGlobalIndustries: Banking & Finance
The Belt and Road – A one day conference covering China’s flagship initiative and its implications for the global economy In the lead-up to the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China in autumn 2017, the inaugural Chatham House ‘Belt and Road’ conference will assess the current shape and form of China’s flagship initiative to strengthen physical, economic and financial connectivity between China and countries in Asia, as well as...
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Soaring up by 30%, Chinese outbound investment hit its record in 2016, reached USD 188.8 billion. Domestic enterprises have become the core force of China FDI.
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China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) strategy continues to be a hot topic this year and CBBC continues to work hard on identification of business opportunities arising out of it. This year, CBBC released its third edition of the Belt and Road report titled Belt and Road Initiative Southern Routes: UK-China Cooperation and Opportunities jointly published with the Chinese Academy of International Trade and Economic Cooperation, MOFCOM. The...
Content Types: Market ReviewRegions & Countries: ChinaEgyptIndustries: InfrastructureLogistics & Transportation
Egyptian President Sisi met a coalition of Chinese firms 19 July 2017 over building a light rail transit around Cairo. China's AVIC International and China Railway Group Limited are jointly in charge of carrying the project.
Content Types: Market ReviewRegions & Countries: ChinaMalaysiaIndustries: InfrastructureLogistics & Transportation
A mega railway to be built by China was officially launched on 9 August 2017 in the Malaysian city of Kuantan, a milestone for China-Malaysia ties as China pushed forward the Belt and Road Initiative.
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Hong Kong-listed real estate developer China New Town Development Co Ltd says it has signed a memorandum of understanding with U.S.-based casino operator MGM Resorts International to jointly establish a fund to invest in non-gaming tourism projects in China.
Content Types: Market ReviewRegions & Countries: ChinaSri LankaIndustries: InfrastructureLogistics & Transportation
SRI Lanka’s government on Saturday signed a long-delayed agreement to sell a 70 percent stake in a US$1.5 billion port to China in a bid to recover from the heavy burden of repaying a Chinese loan obtained to build the facility.