Australian companies' motives to increase investment in their China operations 2016

This statistic shows the main reasons for Australian companies planning to increase investment in their China operations in 2016. The survey revealed that 65 percent of respondents stated to have increased the investment in their company's China operations in 2016 because they were preparing for future growth opportunities.

Main reasons for Australian companies to increase investment in their China operations in 2016

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Sources

Release date

March 2018

Region

Australia, China

Survey time period

Q3 2017

Number of respondents

100 respondents

Special properties

predominantly (senior) executive-level leaders of Australian businesses operating in or doing business with China

Supplementary notes

Original survey question:
"What were the reasons for the increase in investment, in 2016?"

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