Foreign direct investment in China falls in 2012: Government
BEIJING (AFP) - Foreign direct investment in China fell 3.7 per cent in 2012 to US$111.72 billion (S$136.9 billion), the government said on Wednesday.
For the month of December FDI also declined, slipping 4.5 per cent from the same month in 2011 to $11.7 billion, the commerce ministry said.
Investment from the European Union declined 3.8 per cent to US$6.11 billion, the ministry said.
But investment from the United States rose 4.5 per cent to US$3.12 billion, the ministry said, while investment from Japan increased 16.3 per cent to US$7.38 billion.