Foreign investors will be given wider market access to China’s manufacturing and services sectors, according to the country’s top economic planning agencies, in an effort to stabilize foreign trade and investment as the world’s second-largest economy recovers from the coronavirus fallout.
A new draft of a catalogue of listed industries, specifying sectors eligible for preferential policies to encourage foreign investor participation, was released for public comment Friday by China’s National Development and . . .
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