China to remain major foreign capital destination

The People's Bank of China says that although the risks challenging global economic recovery will have a negative impact on China's economic growth the country will retain its position as a major centre of foreign investment.

Source: People's Daily Online

A report on the execution of monetary policy released Thursday by the People's Bank of China (PBOC) predicts that in 2003 China will continue to be the world's biggest destination of foreign investment.

The report states that this year the Asian

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