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China is an opportunity for Spain, not a threat
Negocios.com (In Spanish) - 29 September 2014
Presiding over a meeting of Spanish business leaders with investments in China, Mariano Rajoy, Prime Minister of Spain, has highlighted the growing significance of economic and commercial relations between Spain and China.
China's investment balance nears turning point
Ecns.cn - 28 September 2014
Recent changes in China's investment balance mean that it may be on the verge of a turning point, which could see the country shift away from being a net consumer of FDI to a net capital exporter.
China to Increase Investment in India
WSJ - 15 September 201
India wants Chinese companies to set up factories in India and to invest in infrastructure. "We believe that during this visit, the Chinese and Indian relationship of the last 50 to 60 years will see a directional change," said India's trade minister. "Despite being neighbors, we have not been able to move forward on a number of opportunities."
Singapore seeks ways to finance Asia's infrastructure boom
todayonline.com - 15 August 2014
The Monetary Authority of Singapore is studying ways to help finance Asia's growing infrastructure needs which will allow the Singapore economy to ride on the growth of emerging markets and diversify away from a property and construction.
VIDEO: IMF 2014 Review of the Chinese Economy
~International Monetary Fund - 30 July 2014