China News Service, Beijing, January 14 (Reporter Zhang Ziyang) Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian said at a regular press conference in Beijing on the 14th that the United States should earnestly respect the market economy and the principles of fair competition, abide by international economic and trade rules, and provide for China Companies from various countries, including enterprises, invest and operate in the United States to provide an open, fair, just, and non-discriminatory business environment.
A reporter asked. Bloomberg and The Wall Street Journal reported that after careful consideration, US officials finally decided not to prohibit the US from investing in Alibaba Group and Tencent Holdings.
Does the Ministry of Foreign Affairs have any comment on this?
Zhao Lijian said that China's position on relevant issues is consistent and clear.
The Chinese government has always encouraged Chinese companies to carry out foreign economic cooperation in accordance with market principles, international rules, and laws and regulations.
What we are opposed to is the politicization of economic and trade issues, the abuse of national power, the generalization of national security concepts, and the unprovoked suppression of foreign companies.
The US should earnestly respect the principles of market economy and fair competition, abide by international economic and trade rules, and provide an open, fair, just, and non-discriminatory business environment for companies from various countries, including Chinese companies, to invest and operate in the United States.