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2010 – Engaging China’s Five-Year Planning Cycle

China Issues: November-December 2009 Commentary


2010 will find Chinese policymakers increasingly focused on formulating the country’s 12th Five-Year Plan for Economic and Social Development (2011-2015). As a blueprint for laying out China’s national policy priorities for the coming five years, the final 12th FYP to emerge will be invaluable to any U.S. investor seeking to understand where China may be headed. As China continues toward greater openness, foreign investors may find more opportunities than ever before to engage policymakers and help drive the future business environment.

Read to learn how the planning process is likely to unfold in the year ahead and the opportunities for engagement.

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