FDI increases 26.03% y/y in January-April.

By bne IntelliNews May 18, 2011
China's foreign direct investment (FDI) increased 26.03% y/y reaching USD 38.8bn during the first four months of this year. As reported by Xinhua's China Economic Information Service, the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) spokesman Yao Jian stated that the FDI grew 15.21% y/y to USD 8.46bn in April as compared to the 32.9% y/y growth registered in March. The country has approved 8,152 new foreign-invested companies during the first four months of this year.

FDI increases 26.03% y/y in January-April.

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