Friday, 29 June 2018

Chinese government eases some foreign investment rules



The Chinese government has eased rules that limit foreign investment in the country's banks, car industry and agriculture.

 
The barriers have drawn criticism from trading partners, including the US.


The Trump administration cited the rules as an example of unfair practices when it announced plans for tariffs on Chinese goods earlier this year.


However, this week officials appeared to be trying to defuse the tensions between the two countries.




BBC      News.