100824_china_investmentDuring the first five months of this year foreign direct investment (FDI) into China rose significantly, as the government explained on Tuesday, paced by strong increases from the European Union and United States. Incoming FDI, which excludes financial sectors, rose 1.0 percent to US$47.6 billion (S$59.5 billion) from January through May, the Commerce Ministry announced. It was also up 0.3 percent in May to US$9.26 billion from the same month last year, the ministry highlighted. ‘Investment from the EU and the US continued to increase rather rapidly’ in the first five months, ministry spokesman Shen Danyang announced to reporters. EU investment into the world’s second-largest economy rose 24.1 percent US$3.45 billion over that period. Investment from the United States increased 22.6 percent to US$1.58 billion. To invest in China through a Singapore company can be one of the best options to start investing in the Asian Market, which offers infinite opportunities and chances to make a business successful. The tax regime of Singapore is very favorable when collaborating with China companies.