Outbound FDI Rises 25 Percent over First 11 Months, Ministry Says
The country's outbound foreign direct investment totaled US$ 62.5 billion over the first 11 months of the year, year-on-year growth of 25 percent, statistics released by the Ministry of Commerce on December 18 show.
Among investment targets, the United States saw a mild increase. China's all-time FDI in the United States reached more than US$ 9 billion in 2011, and in the first 11 months of 2012, Chinese firms invested another US$1.1 billion, or 13 percent more than in the same period a year earlier, ministry data shows.
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