China May Foreign Direct Investment Up 7.8 % on Year

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The FINANCIAL — China attracted $9.33 billion worth of foreign direct investment in May, up 7.8% from a year earlier, the Ministry of Commerce said on June 18, according to Nasdaq.

The figure was down from April’s $9.61 billion, which was 10.5% higher from a year earlier.

FDI in the January-May period rose 10.5% on year to $53.8 billion.

Non-financial overseas direct investment rose 47.4% on year in the first five months of this year to $45.41 billion, according to the ministry.


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