China will stick to the opening-up policy and further expand market access to foreign investors, the spokesman of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China said on Tuesday.
Tuo Zhen, the spokesman, said opening up is a basic State policy.
He cited President Xi Jinping, saying that China will not make changes to the basic policy, and will not make changes to the commitments to provide better services to foreign investors.
The State Council, the cabinet, released documents in January and August, and local governments have introduced measures to attract more foreign capital, according to Tuo.
He said there will be renewed efforts to attract foreign investors in the future as the opening up and reform continues.
"The goal is to see a win-win result and common development," he said.