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Open doors still welcome foreign investment

By Lan Lan | China Daily | Updated: 2010-04-15 08:19

Beijing - China will continue to widen market access to foreign investors and better navigate the inflow of foreign capital, top officials said yesterday.

Meanwhile, the country will discourage both foreign and local capital from investing in resource-guzzling and polluting sectors to avoid paying too much for being the world's workshop, says a new directive.

"China remains the most attractive destination for foreign investment. We treat foreign companies that set up and register as Chinese companies, and products made in China as Chinese products. We give them national treatment," Ma Xiuhong, vice-minister of commerce, told a press conference.

Open doors still welcome foreign investment

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