NDRC amends the Foreign Investment Guidance Catalogue to open more industries in China

China's National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) recently released a draft for comment on revising the Foreign Investment Guidance Catalogue to further shorten the Negative List. The total restricted items will be reduced from 79 to 35. More specifically, Chinese authorities are going to...

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