Foreign investment in China up 38% in Nov
Updated: 2010-12-15 11:09
SHANGHAI - Foreign direct investment in China jumped more than 38 percent from a year earlier in November as businesses sought to tap into the country's fast growth.
The Commerce Ministry says actual use of foreign capital climbed 16 percent from a year earlier in January-October, to $82 billion, with the biggest share coming from other Asian countries.
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