Chinese International Cooperation Funds

Since the adoption of its Going Out strategy in 1999, the Chinese government has provided support for outbound investment, making Chinese companies major international players. The government facilitates this through financing, guarantees, and tax incentives.
The launch of International Cooperation Funds to leverage productive capacity, along with initiatives such as One Belt One Road (BRI) have directly benefited the operations and expansion of companies, as well as the export of surplus capital and industrial capacity to regions with better advantages.