|Panelists talk about Chinese and U.S. investment climates at the U.S.-China Investment Cooperation Forum in Beijing on July 17 (Photo/Beijing Review)|
For China and the United States, two-way investment is disproportionately tiny given the size of both economies.
Increasing China-U.S. investment, especially Chinese investment in the United States, will give a strong boost to both countries, especially when the U.S. recovery remains weak and the Chinese economy begins to slow down. More importantly, it will help the world economy recover.
At the U.S.-China Investment Cooperation Forum co-hosted by the China Center for International Economic Exchanges (CCIEE) and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Beijing on July 17, officials and business leaders from both countries explored ways to boost two-way investment between the two largest economies.
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