An Opening in the Wall

Fugazy, Danielle
June 2010
Mergers & Acquisitions Report;6/7/2010, Vol. 23 Issue 23, p9
This article examines prospects for foreign investors in the Chinese market. The gross domestic product (GDP) of China grew by 8.7% in 2009, while the central government aims for an eight percent GDP growth in 2010. It notes the problems posed by China's regulatory environment to foreign investors. It also notes the tendency for foreign investors to attract more scrutiny with their approach to accessing or entering the market. Particular focus is given to the Chinese taxation system, as well as its implications for foreign investors.


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