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many foreign firms▓.A group of corpor


er the weekend, disc

ident & ▓CEO of BMW Group Region China, during a special session of the China Development Forum which concluded Saturday in Beijing.In the first seven mo

ussing bus iness prospe

cts and

nths of this year, BMW saw car sales up 16.6 per▓cent year on year to some 404,000 units in t

voicing th

he▓ highly-competitive Chinese market. "This strong performanc▓e is reinforcing our confidence

eir conf

to fur▓ther grow with China, and as a result, BMW is taking decisive actions to significantl

idence i

y increase our investment as well as enlarging our footprin▓t," Goller said.The moves include

n China

full upgrading o▓f research and development bases in China and enhancing cooperation with local enterprises s▓uch as China Unicom and Tencent in autonomous, connec▓te

for its po

d, electrified and shared areas to better embrace the global auto industry's major transforma?/p>

sition as

坱ion, he said."Our commitment is constantly evolving, from▓ Production in China to Create in C

an irreplaceable

hina," Goller said. "The development of BMW is an excellent showcase of how an open economy

market and

can bene▓fit all stakeholders.""More investment," "deeper integr▓ation" and "more localization

beyond."Fo

r us, China's

" were frequently used by executives of foreign firms when describing the▓ir development plan

not simply a

large-sca

s in China at the sessi▓on, which was themed "Trade, openness and shared prosperity" and also

le consu

attended by government officials and renowned scholars.Pascal Soriot, CEO of pharmaceutical

mer market

multinational AstraZeneca, said the company now exports medicines to 80 countries from Chin

, but al

a and is building an international life science innovation park in east China's Jiangsu Prov

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ince to attract companies from around th▓e world to develop their technologi▓es and make discoveries."Our contributio▓n to global innovations as a company has been through expanding our footpri

id Jochen Go

nt in China," ▓he said.Matthew Echols, a corporate vice president of Coca-Cola, said the U.S. beverage▓ giant is encouraged by Chi

na's efforts in improving its business environment such as the launch 

of new pilot free trade zones and the upcoming implementation of