More Than 60% Of Chinese Companies Are Planning To Increase Their Foreign Investment

- Apr 25, 2019-

According to foreign media, Baker McKenzie, a US international law firm, issued a report on April 23, stating that 63% of Chinese companies plan to increase foreign investment by more than 10% in the next two years.

According to a Reuters report on April 23, the report was compiled based on a survey of top management and director-level executives of 600 companies. The survey included respondents' views on the key challenges and challenges facing business operations and their Future investment strategy.

More than half of the respondents said that they have increased their focus on cross-border listings, mergers and acquisitions and other offshore investments over the next two years, and another 35% said “to a certain extent” More interested."

According to the report, mainland Chinese entrepreneurs still have considerable confidence in their overseas investment spending, with 63% of respondents saying they plan to increase foreign investment by more than 10% in the next two years, while 19% expect this. The growth rate is between 1% and 10%.

According to the report, in recent years, China's overseas investment has grown rapidly, partly because of the “Belt and Road Initiative” initiative. Becky McKenzie, M&A partner Ms. Mei Meizhen pointed out that Chinese companies are still actively investing in the “Belt and Road Initiative” initiative. Southeast Asia is still a key area for investment, with infrastructure and power investment predominating, followed by manufacturing, Financial services and e-commerce investment.

When talking about the financing of the “Belt and Road” initiative, Martin Davie, head of the Asia-Pacific region of Baker & McKenzie's large-scale project department, pointed out that although Chinese banks continue to finance most projects, there are signs that more and more The International Commercial Bank cooperates with Chinese banks to provide loans.

According to the report, the survey also shows that Southeast Asia, the Indian Peninsula and North America are the focus areas for corporate investment destinations. Europe as a whole has also received a high degree of attention from investors.

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