China has been a part of the BRICS
since 2009. This is an acronym for the association of 5 major economies: Brazil, Russia, India, and China and South Africa. China has been included in this list due to its massive size and economic growth potential.
Moreover, China is part of the G-20
—a forum for Governments and Central Banks of 19 economically prominent countries. They hold annual summits to draft policies on international financial stability.
Its inclusion in these associations is indicative of the fact that the Chinese economy is a force to be reckoned with. China is certainly a secure economy for all types of investors.
Here are some factors driving investments in China.
1-The Nation offers a Huge Local Market
China’s domestic market is incredibly larger and appreciated. It also offers local and international investors an abundance of business opportunities in different sectors such as information technology, medicine, the automotive industry and agriculture.
Many organizations are put in place to encourage foreign businessmen to set up shop in China; one such business structure is the Wholly Foreign-Owned-Enterprise (WFOE)
2-Free-Trade Zones in China
Investors from abroad can take full advantage of China’s free-trade zones (FTZ). An FTZ is a geographic area where products can be stored and manufactured without being subjected to any particular regulations. This means that foreign investors are relieved from inverted tariffs
; exempt from pay duty of re-exports
and may even get deferrals on certain duties.
3-Political and Economic Stability
Political and economic stability attracts foreign investment. If you follow economic trends in less successful countries, you’ll find that socio-political instability is a leading factor in hyperinflation.
lthough all countries have a degree of internal turmoil, China is free of mass riots, or other forms of social unrest. This certainly facilitates a healthier business climate.
4-One of the Leading Nations in Science and Technology
Perhaps one of the main reasons why China is a great place for local and foreign investors is because of its thriving science and technology sector. Research and development is a more profitable sector to invest in—there’s a greater payoff
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