Investment In China

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China, a land of beauty and fascination, attracts explorers and investors all over the world. She entered into the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 2002.She hosted an ever glorious and magnificent Olympics event in 2008.People flooded to Shanghai EXPO 2010 worldwide.
Above all, she is the fastest growing consumer economy in Asia. Early in 2008, World Bank placed China ahead of Japan as the world's second-largest economy when measured by purchasing power. (GDP calculations adjusting for different prices within economies —known as purchasing power parity—indicated China’s economy was larger than Japan’s as early as 1995).China GDP growth keeps above 8% and now it surpassed Japan as the largest Asian economy and the GDP gap between them is expected to be widening in the foreseeable future. Over the twenty years of rapid economic growth, China nurtured a middle class in relatively affluent coastal areas and major cities including Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou, Chongqing, Wuhan, etc.

Many Chinese now have cars, live in their own department or house, and eat out frequently, sometimes in elegant western restaurants. Meanwhile, they can afford and are willing to buy luxury products and services. China has already overtaken the U.S. as the world’s second-largest luxury goods market.Behindher amazing Purchasing Power, there has been stunning growth in Chinese GDP per capita for the past 30 years. Yet China is still a developing economy. Chinese GDP per capita, even adjusted for purchasing power, is about 15 percent the level of the U.S. From the middle of 2000 to the middle of 2010, GDP per capita increased by more than 9500 RMB, or, at present exchange rates, another $2800 in annual income.
China, China, China! Every week more than £1bn flows into China as foreign direct investment, investors from 192 countries and regions have established more than 500,000 foreign invested enterprises in almost all industries.China has generally implemented economic revolutions, more market-oriented with gradual liberalization of prices, fiscal decentralization, increased autonomy for state enterprises, creation of a diversified banking system, development of stock markets and rapid growth of the private sector. China is currently characterized with a pro-business government and aggressive economic policies that encourage foreign investments.

China's economy was full of vitality and the country's industrial upgrading and urbanization were in process, which would mean plenty of investment opportunities.According to China's commerce ministry, FDI in 2010 surpassed $100 billion for the first time. Over the entire year ending December 2010 inbound FDI increased 17.4% to $105.74 billion.
It is a market of ascendance
It is a market becoming more accessible
It is appealing to a variety of investors
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A market enjoying great potential!
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A market enjoying amazing growth!
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