(September 4, 2012, New York) China will work to provide a better policy environment to attract foreign investment, a senior government official said on Saturday, underlining efforts to turn around a slower investment inflow during a global economic downturn. This issue will be discussed at China Leaders Forum 2012, "Will the Chinese Tiger Come Roaring Back After the Crisis?", October 2nd, New York City.
Ma Kai, a state councilor, also said China would improve the regulatory system governing mergers and acquisitions by foreign companies as well as the mechanism for anti-monopoly assessment of foreign investment
"We will try to further improve the government efficiency, continue to secure the legitimate rights of foreign investors and implement stricter regulation relating to intellectual property right protection," Ma told a trade and investment forum in Xiamen city.
Foreign direct investment in China has eased over past months, reflecting waning appetite among investors because of the global downturn and a more cautious outlook on the world's second largest economy, which has slowed for the sixth straight quarter in the three months to the end of June.
As it will be discussed at China Leaders Forum 2012, "Will the Chinese Tiger Come Roaring Back After the Crisis?", New York, October 2nd (http://www.ChinaLeadersForum.com), China drew $66.7 billion in foreign direct investment from January to July, down 3.6 percent from the same period the previous year, largely because of falling capital inflows from debt-ridden European countries.
China Leaders Forum 2012, "Will the Chinese Tiger Come Roaring Back After the Crisis?", October 2nd, New York City, will provide attendees with the responses to the above-mentioned questions and the most up-to-date review of where the Asian giant stands and the challenges and opportunities for businessmen looking to expand their business with China when others only see growth contraction. Topics that China Leaders Forum 2012 will discuss include:
· Internationalization of the Renminbi
· Post- crisis relationship between US and China
· The Euro Debt Crisis and How it will Affect the Chinese Economy
· China's Investments in Europe: To Save or Not to Save the Euro?
· What steps China will need to perform in order to maintain its growth and success?
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