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Making the case for foreign investment in China

Savvy companies can highlight broad range of benefits to skeptical officials

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A Dongfeng Peugeot Citroen factory in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China   © Reuters

The Chinese economy faces significant uncertainty. Slowing economic growth, currency outflows, rising nonperforming loans and burgeoning debt have raised concerns about a possible hard landing both inside and outside China.

At the same time, China has embarked on a series of broad initiatives to transform its economy, including the international infrastructure-centered Belt and Road Initiative, the manufacturing-oriented Made in China 2025 drive, and Internet Plus. The authorities have set ambitious plans to develop the country's consumer, service and advanced manufacturing sectors.

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