EU investment rules leave over 80 per cent of Chinese firms feeling discriminated against, survey says

More than 80 per cent of Chinese firms believe they are discriminated against when investing in European Union countries as China’s overseas acquisition are increasingly scrutinised, according to a survey compiled by a Chinese trade body.The European Union is the largest recipient of Chinese investment, but new rules on the screening of foreign investment introduced at the start of April target areas that have had the most Chinese investment, including manufacturing, lease and commercial…

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