China has witnesssed unprecedented amounts of foreigninvestment and the greatest number of domesticand foreign business acquisitions in its history. Sustainedmarket openings and soaring profits have attracted investorsacross the planet.

Thomson Financial reports thatforeign companies spent $2.7billion on completed acquisitionsin the People’s Republic of China(PRC) during 2001; that figure soaredto $13.2 billion in 2005, which representedover 20 percent of all foreigndirect investment into China.

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