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China is rising as a major source of outward direct investment (ODI), but barriers to and protectionism against Chinese investment have been strengthened as well. This situation reflects inherent flaws in the architecture governing international investment. This paper identifies three of China's key interests in the global investment regime: (1) to reduce investment barriers and depoliticize foreign regulatory review processes; (2) to ensure better protection of its overseas investment; and (3)doi:10.1080/17538963.2013.874067 fatcat:orobdb4ixfbg3mcehs2fiyklhe