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The volume of developed foreign investment in China increased by 2,8%
For the first five months of 2014, the volume of actually mastered foreign investment in China, excluding investments in the financial sector, amounted to $ 48,9 billion, an increase of 2,8% over the same period last year, reports ChinaPRO.
Thus, the indicator in the service sector increased by 19,5% in annual terms, which accounted for 56,2% of the total volume of actually utilized foreign investments in the PRC - $ 27,5 billion and fisheries reached $ 500 million. This is 2,7% more than in January-May 2013. At the same time, the manufacturing industry attracted $ 17,4 billion, which is 16,5% less than a year earlier.
Among the largest foreign investors are the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (Hong Kong), Taiwan, Singapore, the Republic of Korea and Japan.