Tuesday, 20th, 2018 | 12:19PM Updated

China's central government has vowed to invests more in major facilities in industry and public service to maintain its GDP growth.
China Vows to Raise Investment in Fixed Assets

M&A deals in the United States are often scrutinized by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS).
Chinese Companies on a Foreign-buying Spree

A clerk counts Chinese 100 yuan banknotes at a branch of China Construction Bank in Nantong, Jiangsu Province, Dec. 2, 2014.
China’s Capital Outflow Not Foreign Investment Withdrawal: Authority

Toy retail giant Toys R Us was among the foreign investors that expressed confidence in the Chinese economy, opening its 100th store in the country.
Foreign Investors Confident About Chinese Economy Despite Slump

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Premier Li Keqiang meets with International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief Christine Lagarde during the China Development Forum in Beijing in March 2015.
Premier Li Assures IMF Chief of Yuan’s Stability

Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook next to tech representatives from China at an Apple store.
Apple, Xiaomi's Difficult Times in Chinese Market Attributed to Slowing Economy

Premier Li Keqiang presided over three symposiums with the goal of gathering suggestions for the 13th Five-Year Plan.
Chinese Premier Presses VAT Reforms to Enhance Economic Strength

China may see a growth slowdown in the next two years.
Chinese Growth to Slow Down to 6 Percent by 2017, IMF Says

Traffic Jam Before National Day In China
Despite Slowdown in Chinese Economy, Car Sellers Could Expect Double-Digit Growth in Rural Areas as Income Increases

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