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Overseas Investment Management – New Rules Issued

China’s Ministry of Commerce has taken another step to deregulate over time the approval process for Chinese citizens and companies to invest overseas.  This remains a controlled process, but the new rules described in the link below should assist in increasing China’s going abroad.   Frost Brown Todd often works with Jun He on mutual client matters.  Click here for a summary of the new measures in English and in Chinese.

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Posted by KendallCapital on November 6, 2017, 5:42 am:

Whereas, the new guidelines also suggest that the Chinese Government is pursuing greater control over capital flows in and out of the country. While, According to the Financial Times, Beijing’s attempts to limit outbound investment already appear to be having an effect. Non-financial foreign investment is down by 44 percent in the first seven months of 2017, compared with the same period last year.

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