Written by Hinrich Voss.
Chinese direct investments into the European Union have continuously grown since the financial crisis in 2008. This is partially explained by Chinese factors: the Chinese government’ ‘go global’ policy, the increasing global competitiveness of Chinese firms and rising demands in the domestic market have propelled China to be one of the three source countries for outward foreign direct investments (FDI). A share of that FDI flow, and that is the other side of the coin, is bound to be channelled to the European Union. Continue reading “China’s outward FDI to Europe after Brexit”