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China People's Congress

China assures foreign investors it will keep opening up

Beijing officials say new law will address complaints about technology theft

Delegates and journalists attend the National People's Congress at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on Tuesday.   © Reuters

BEIJING -- Ahead of an expected meeting later this month between the Chinese and American presidents, officials in Beijing are putting out the message that the country will keep opening up further to foreign investors.

Ning Jizhe, an economic planner in the National Development and Reform Commission, told reporters that an upcoming draft foreign investment law will spell out which industries will be opened to foreigners, as well as giving explicit protection to trade secrets.

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