Wang on China's Local Government Efforts to Woo Foreign Investors

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"China's political landscape, though seemingly monolithic, is growing more diverse, and leaders in various regions are competing against each other for investment projects, said Fei-ling Wang, Professor in the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs.

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"China's political landscape, though seemingly monolithic, is growing more diverse, and leaders in various regions are competing against each other for investment projects, said Fei-ling Wang, Professor, Sam Nunn School of International Affairs. "In different localities, the Chinese officials are doing different things regarding foreign investment. Some are more tolerant, more cooperative, more accommodating; some are less so," Dr. Wang said. "There is a way for foreign investors to take advantage of the situation of diversification and seek the best accommodation possible." -Source: Global Atlanta - October 20, 2010



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  • Created On: Oct 26, 2010 - 12:07pm
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