Beijing will further open its services market to foreign investors in several industries including tourism, internet access services and non-profit nursing institutions for the aged, as well as audio and video products, a senior official said on Tuesday.

Liu Meiying, spokeswoman of Beijing municipal government’s commerce bureau, said the State Council has approved the measures the capital has proposed to further open the city’s services industry to foreign capital in early November.

According to the new measures, Beijing will allow wholly foreign-owned companies to provide outbound travel services to customers.

Beijing to widen services market access to foreign investors



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