Five tips: Chinese investment

Alan Ma
posted by Alan Ma
11 November 2014

China will invest £105 billion 
in UK infrastructure by 2025, a report predicts, with the energy sector, property and transport set to benefit.

The surge In China’s outward investment has drawn wide concern. The UK should encourage inward investment from China, as 
it is the world’s second-largest economy, a new world manufacturing centre and the world’s largest trader in goods. China has a foreign exchange reserve of $3.7 trillion 
(£2.3 trillion) and GDP per capita 
of more than $6,000 (£3,723).

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