You Can Bank on China
China's role has transformed from that of a recipient of foreign investment, which it has assumed ever since the reform and opening-up initiatives were introduced in the late 1970s, to a main capital investor in the world. Those countries and regions that need foreign capital
World Factory to World Investor
Dubbed "the world factory," China has a long history of being a paradise for global investors, with an abundant and cheap labor force, vast land and a wide range of preferential policies. However, that tradition changed dramatically in recent years, as the capital inflow to the country substantially slowed and capital outflow grew rapidly
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China Goes Global
How Chinese investment is changing the world
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China's Major Overseas Investment Projects in 2014
January: Fosun International Ltd. acquired Portuguese insurance firm CaixaSeguros e Saude for 1 billion euro.

February: China's second largest vehicle producer Dongfeng Motor Corp. purchased a 14.1-percent stake in French automaker PSA Peugeot Citroen for 800 million euro.

April: A Chinese consortium led by China Minmetals Corp. bought a giant Peruvian copper mine owned by Glencore Xstrata PLC for $5.85 billion.

July: China Life Insurance Co. Ltd. acquired the 10 Upper Bank Street office building in London for $1.35 billion.
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