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    2018-04-03  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Poverty relief

CHINA Development Bank (CDB) plans to lend 400 billion yuan (US$63.77 billion) this year to support poverty relief projects, Xinhua said Sunday.

CDB, a major policy bank, will fund projects such as infrastructure construction, relocation of poor residents, local industries development, health care and education in poverty-stricken areas, Xinhua said. The government has said it aims to eliminate poverty by 2020.

Capital flows

THE foreign exchange regulator expects cross-border capital flows to remain basically stable and for the current account surplus to remain at a reasonable level in 2018, even as trade fears may blur the outlook for the yuan.

Uncertainties regarding cross-border capital flows still exist, including rising trade protectionism, the State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE) said in a statement. Chinese firms are expected to allocate overseas assets more rationally in 2018, while foreign investors are seen making steady investment plans in China as it further opens up its financial markets, the SAFE said. China’s 2017 current account surplus of US$164.9 billion was the equivalent of 1.3 percent of the country’s gross domestic product.

Import of goods

CHINA will import US$8 trillion of goods and attract US$600 billion of foreign investment in the next five years, according to Foreign Minister Wang Yi.

China’s overseas investment will reach US$750 billion in the next five years, the Foreign Ministry said.

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