China to open mining to foreign investment and assess domestic efficiency

By Antonio Torrisi
Published: Wednesday, 19 November 2014

The announcement of more minerals opened to foreign investment policies by China’s Ministry of Commerce shows the country’s intention to adapt to the new economic globalisation, while actively promoting more efficiency in its mining industry.

China’s Ministry of Commerce and the National Development and Reform Commission is to revise the Foreign Investment Industrial Guidance list of commodities in order to open the country’s mining industry to foreign investments.

The new list, which sets out the commodities that are restricted in foreign investment in mining...

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