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China’s foreign direct investments analysis

See ACRA commentary China no longer invests in raw materials dated August 9, 2016

In 1H2017, the foreign direct investments of China grew by mere 9% against 39% seen in 1H20161. The key reason of such deceleration is the decision to restrict FDIs, which was taken in the end of 2016 by the Chinese government to rise the effectiveness of the People’s Bank of China’s control over the FX rates, fight the corruption and give a boost to domestic manufacturers. On August 18, 2017, further restrictions were introduced with respect to FDIs in specific industries (construction, sports and entertainment). Another reason for investments deceleration is the slowdown of Chinese economy: the real GDP growth is expected to be about +5.6% in 2017 and +4.8% in 2018 (against the average of +6.8% in 2014–2016).

However, those processes have not hindered certain major investments that took place in the first half of 2017. For example, after ChemChina purchased a 95% share in the Swiss agrochemical…

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