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Issue № 69. August 2018

Reform of the Institutional Framework for OFDI in China: Focus and Dynamics

Marina V. Belousova

Postgraduate student, School of Public Administration, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, the Russian Federation.
E-mail: marina.belousova@web.de

The article discusses the reform of the institutional framework of outward foreign direct investment that was launched in order to implement the strategy "Going out" aimed at supporting Chinese enterprises investing abroad. In the process of reform, a set of measures has been taken to simplify the interaction of Chinese companies with state institutions, as well as to establish a system of support for outward FDI, primarily in the form of soft loans and tax incentives. Investment activities are consistent with the macroeconomic objectives of the Chinese government. While the period up to 2010 was generally marked by investment activities aimed at acquiring resources and technologies, as well as gaining a share of foreign markets, the subsequent five-year plans suggest a larger presence of Chinese capital abroad.

Keywords

China, foreign direct investment, «Going out» strategy, state capitalism.

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