Caixin
May 24, 2022 02:50 AM
ECONOMY

China’s Scale and Opening-Up Will Lure More Investment, Experts Say

Marcos Troyjo (middle) and John Tuttle (right) attend the Caixin event in Davos, moderated by Caixin Global managing editor Li Xin (left)
Marcos Troyjo (middle) and John Tuttle (right) attend the Caixin event in Davos, moderated by Caixin Global managing editor Li Xin (left)

(Davos, Switzerland) — Huge economic scale and continued commitment to openness will make the Chinese economy more resilient and more attractive to global investors, experts said at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

“China will keep on being one of the top destinations for foreign direct investors for a long time to come,” said Marcos Troyjo, president of Shanghai-based New Development Bank, at a Caixin-organized seminar in Davos. Even with changes in its economy, China will generate opportunities for building up supply chains with other countries, Troyjo said.

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