Belt and Road - Outbound Investment
06 February 2018

Belt and Road Practical Guide: Outbound investment - Managing risks and exiting with grace

China’s outbound foreign direct investment (FDI) has increased substantially over the past decade. China’s 13th Five Year Plan has also encouraged acquisitions and investment by Chinese organisations in a wider range of sectors (e.g. fintech, high-end manufacturing and real estate).With the implementation of the BAR initiative, Chinese investors will continue to play an increasingly significant role in global markets.

In this publication, we look at some of the central steps investors can take to mitigate their risks and take advantage of the legal protections available to safeguard their outbound investments.

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