Fear of China’s Legal System Poised To Affect Investment
September 8, 2014
According to a Chamber of Commerce survey, foreign companies doing business in China feel targeted for unfair enforcement of antitrust and other laws and might cut investment if conditions don’t improve. The ruling party has promised to open more industries to foreign competition, but is also trying to create “national champions” in many fields including aerospace. U.S. and European companies complain that regulations are being used to shield those companies from competition. “Companies are increasingly cautious about future investments,” according to the survey report.
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