S. Korea Investment in China Declining
S. Korea Investment in China Declining

S. Korea Investment in China Declining

S. Korea Investment in China Declining

The ratio of China in South Korea’s investment portfolio is dropping sharply amid a slowdown of economic growth, rising costs and regulations in China, Yonhap reported. According to the Federation of Korean Industries, China took 39.3% of Korea’s outward direct investments in 2005. The ratio, however, continued falling, marking 10.5% in 2015. That is only half the stake of the United States where 20.8% of Korea’s outward direct investments are headed. Investments in China are decreasing in terms of ratio as well as net sum. Korea invested $2.85 billion in China in 2015, which compares with $5.15 billion in 2013 and $3.16 billion in 2014.

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