Questions over China's Int'l Investment Position
(Beijing) – China's net international investment position was positive, at nearly US$ 1.75 trillion, by the end of June, data recently released by the State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE) shows.
This represents an annual increase of 37 percent on average since 2004's record of a positive US$ 276.4 billion, SAFE's data shows.
The net international investment position refers to the value of external assets minus debts.
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