Foreign direct investments in China inclined by 18.9% in September to reach $7.9 billion following an incline by 7.0% in August. On the other hand, foreign direct investments declined 14.3% to $63.8 billion in the first nine months from a year earlier.

The government's spending on roads, railways and other infrastructure projects, in addition to record lending and recovery witnessed in the Chinese economy helped to attracted more investments to the nation that appeared to be leading recovery in the Asian region.