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) The new rules are a welcome invitation for foreign investors interested in entering China`s rapidly developing securities markets as shareholders in fund-management and securities companies. China`s stock market hopes that including foreign companies in the indexes will speed up economic reforms. The benefits will be huge for both Chinese market and foreign investor.
In conclusion, following China’s accession to the World Trade Organization, there will be various opportunities for investment in China. “China is one of the markets that experience the most rapid growth in the world.”(Gupta 3) Though, people think the political environment in China is still a big problem for foreign investors, this point of view will be soon destroy by the attractive new economic environments and business opportunities in China. From the information given above, people can have a primary understanding about the attractive investable areas in China. In order to promote the world’s economic development, the developed countries should give help to the developing countries. Invest in China can gains huge benefits, also can help to speed up China’s development. There are vast and infinite opportunities waiting for foreign pioneers to capture.
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