China reaffirms openness to foreign investment
A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Thursday said the government would as always welcome foreign investment and that it would maintain the mutually beneficial strategy of opening-up.
Responding to questions at a regular press conference on doubts some foreign enterprises have about China's investment environment, Qin Gang said he did "not agree with such opinions."
"China will continue to welcome foreign enterprise investment and create an open, fair, transparent environment for them, providing various opportunities," Qin said.
The government was also willing to listen to their advice on investment in China.
Qin said China's large consumer base, labor resources and improving infrastructure had made it a big market that could not be neglected by entrepreneurs with strategic vision.