China Investment Corp Considers Investing in Europe
China Investment Corp, which was established in 2007 and has invested a lot of china’s foreign reserves to attain more returns than the sovereign debt China traditionally brought with hard currency.
The Chairman of CIC, Lou Jiwei, in a meeting of regional business and political leaders in the southern Chinese province of Hainan, stated that though they are not enthusiastic about investing in Europe, they will still like to invest in the continent as the company is familiar with it and there are opportunities in the infrastructure sector.
He further noted that exports to emerging countries are the external factors boosting Europe’s economy and slow down in the economy of emerging countries like China and India, may lead to slowdown in their growth.
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