20 January 2015

UK will boost foreign investment into China to over £26bn by 2020

City A.M. reports on findings from King & Wood Mallesons report: Branching Out: Investment Opportunities in China in 2020.

The article notes the headline finding that total global foreign investment in China will grow 177% by 2020 to £1.3 trillion, accounting for 2.8% of China’s gross domestic product.

It continues with additional findings regarding the top future investors, which show Hong Kong will remain a key foreign investor in China and will account for 63.37% of the total investment by 2020.

Lord Green, the chair of TheCityUK who wrote the foreword for the report siad: "Europe has welcomed Chinese investment in many strategically significant areas, and now China is taking steps to welcome European investors.” 

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