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Change of Landscape of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in China

According to the Economist Intelligence Unit's most recent research, China is witnessing a shift of its foreign direct investment (FDI) landscape.  The obvisous trends are first of all, FDI is moving towards service sectors and meanwhile away from manufacturing; second, with the coastal market getting crowded and saturated FDI is looking into the inland for cheaper labor and faster-growing markets.

While some FDI may decide to choose countries such as Vietnam, where labor costs are lower than China's coastal regions, majority of them will still find China attractive for the opportunities its less developed inlands may offer, and most important, the significant potential of the comsumption the domestic market has displaying with increasing disposal income. 

Download China FDI _ EIU

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