Doing Business in China
01 January 2015

Branching Out: Investment Opportunities in China

Opportunities to Invest in China Set to Double by 2020 to £1.3 trillion

Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) into China will double over the next six years, as the economic, political and regulatory environment in the region shifts, according to our new report.

FDI into China is predicted to rise from £667 billion (¥6.6 trillion) in 2014 to £1.3 trillion (¥13 trillion) in 2020. FDI as a share of China’s overall GDP will also rise by 2.8% over the next six years – more than the US or EU.

Our report, Branching Out: Investment Opportunities in China in 2020, explores the key opportunities and challenges associated with investing in China, revealing how UK and European investors can capitalise on the emerging channels for investment in one of the world’s most significant economies.

This report is an independently researched macroeconomic analysis supported by key sector data covering Financial Services, Life Sciences, Energy and Media & Entertainment.

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