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Foreign capital utilization in China : prospects and future strategy (Chinese)

China has been among the world's largest recipients of foreign direct investment (FDI). Nonetheless, at the time China is moving into its eleventh five-year plan period, four issues with FDI to China are becoming increasingly recognized by policy makers: geographic concentration, excessive reliance on investment in export-oriented manufacturing, under-investment in higher-technology industries, and heavy reliance on fiscal incentives to attract FDI. This report seeks to analyze these and provide benefit from international experience in suggesting policies. In addition to this introduction, the paper includes the following chapters: external environment, FDI in China, maintaining an attractive investment climate, leveling the playing field in taxation, improving the composition of FDI, and non-FDI capital flows liberalization and risk management.


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    Foreign capital utilization in China : prospects and future strategy

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    Accession Countries, Bank for International Settlements, Benchmarking, border cities, Capital Flight, Capital Inflows, Capital Movements, Comparative Analysis, Comparative Economics, Competition Policies, Competitiveness, Deregulation, Development Economics, Development Strategies, domestic firms, Economic Development, Economic Geography, economic growth, Economic Policy, Economic Research, environmental regulations, Exchange Rate, Export Processing Zones, Exports, FDI, Financial Crisis, Financial Economics, Financial Liberalization, Financial Structure, Foreign Capital, Foreign Direct Investment, Foreign Firms, foreign investment, Foreign Investments, foreign investors, Foreign Market, Foreign Ownership, Foreign Trade, GDP, Global Development Finance, Global Economy, Global Production, Host Countries, Host Country, industrial Economies, intellectual property, intellectual property rights, International Economics, international investment, International Settlements, International Trade, Investment Climate, Investment Incentives, Inward Foreign Direct Investment, Knowledge Economy, Market Integration, Market Structure, Multinational Enterprises, National Market, Overseas Investment, Productivity Growth, property rights, Regional Development, Regionalism, Tax Incentives, Tax Policy, Technological Change, Technological Progress, technology transfer, Trade Costs, Transition Economies, World Economy, World Investment, WTO



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Foreign capital utilization in China : prospects and future strategy (Chinese). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.