THE OPENING PROCESS OF CHINA’S ECONOMY TO FOREIGN INVESTMENT

According to transition strategy carried out by China in its economic reform process, the opening to the foreign investment has developed in a gradual and experimental way. This gradual liberalization, which began in 1979 with the creation of the first Special Economic Zones, was considerably stressed from 2001 due to the commitments of opening and liberalization that China had to assume to entry into the World Trade Organization. The evolution of this process has turned country into one of the big world actors in terms of IDE, especially as its receptor. This work tries to study the evolution and the essential characteristics of the above mentioned process and its consequences, as well as the current situation of IDE's regime in China.

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Ana SALVADOR
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