China Policy and Asia Society Australia join forces to assess the outlook for PRC inbound and outbound investment

With global tension rising and little upside in the PRC domestic economy, our latest brief in the China Executive Briefing series ‘global capital and PRC self-reliance’ reveals that inbound and outbound investment flows to and from the PRC remain surprisingly strong. Incentives attempt to guide international services and high-tech manufacturing firms to invest in China’s less-developed hinterland, and special foreign trade zones are easing access to ever more sectors, while the new regional trade agreement, RCEP, is reducing tariffs, streamlining border measures and stimulating cross-border investment.

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global capital and PRC self-reliance

 

Following on from the brief, join us for an online panel discussion on 27 September at 14.30 Sydney (12.30 Beijing)

‘Chinese investment—where to from here?’
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Catch up with other papers and events in the series on the China Executive Briefing portal or download the pdfs below

post-COVID healthcare in the PRC July 2022

keeping the lights on for 1.4 billion May 2022

PRC food demand: COVID and beyond March 2022

China sprints to a green future November 2021

China’s post-COVID macro playbook September 2021

China’s tech ambition and the hydrogen bet May 2021

open to autarky China’s coming 5-year plan February 2021


in case you missed it…

5-year plans—live updates
5-year plans: 150-odd and counting…

cp.signals—domestic policy movement
creative industry exports: conquering the cybersphere
explaining PRC monetary tools

policy shifts—spots and zooms in on critical shifts
COVID testing is here to stay
quest for research integrity

cp.observer—monthly roundup
august: NEV exports a bright spot
july: can exports prop up the PRC?