In June, foreign direct investment in the non-financial sector of mainland China increased in dollar terms by 5.8% compared to June 2017 and amounted to 15 billion 660 million dollars, the country's Ministry of Commerce reported. Regarding the national currency, the indicator rose by 0.3% year-on-year to 100 billion 700 million yuan. The growth of foreign direct investment in China is observed for the second month in a row. In the first half of the year, the volume of investments in national currency increased by 1.1% in annual terms to 446 billion 300 million yuan. Regarding the US dollars, the indicator rose by 4.1% to 68 billion 320 million dollars. At the same time, investments from the USA accounted for 29% of total foreign investments for six months.
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