Western countries continue to be challenged by Chinese foreign direct investment
Recent events suggest that western countries continue to be challenged by Chinese foreign direct investment.
The weight of Chinese capital that has been employed in global foreign direct investment (FDI) following the global financial crisis has been huge. As at the end of 2012 it is estimated $600bn has been invested outside China by Chinese entities as FDI. Australia has been the largest single recipient of that FDI with more than $35bn of FDI…
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