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China's high-tech developers are no longer facing a massive shortage of capital, and there are a lot of alternative investors from both China and overseas, experts said, noting that it will be a huge loss for Wall Street if it misses the growth opportunities in the colossal Chinese market. US investors have been continuously showing their interest in China, from stock markets to manufacturing. A recent survey conducted by the American Chamber of Commerce in China revealed that many US companies still find the market an attractive investment destination. The wealth of opportunities presented by China's 1.4 billion consumers continues to attract member companies, the Chamber said, revealing that about 74 percent of the firms surveyed said that they are not considering relocating manufacturing or sourcing outside of China.
A report jointly released by the WSJ and US research firm Rhodium Group in 2021 showed that US venture capital firms, chip-industry giants and other private investors participated in 58 deals in China's semiconductor industry from 2017 through 2020, more than double the number from the prior four years. The semiconductor industry is a representative sector of Washington's vicious crackdown on China's high-tech development. Yet, China has remained the largest chip market for years and Chinese producers are gaining market share all over the world, in spite of repeated assaults from the US. Moreover, China has remained one of the top choices for foreign direct investment (FDI) in recent years. FDI in the Chinese mainland, in actual use, expanded 6.3 percent year-on-year to 1.23 trillion yuan ($178 billion) in 2022, according to data from the Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM).