Information service provider Experian bets on China's further opening up

Leading international information service provider Experian believes that China's new foreign investment law will not only benefit the country's long-term economic development, but will also boost foreign companies' willingness to invest continuously in China, said Huang Jian, managing director of Experian Greater China.

The UK-listed company is confident that China's economy will see a rebound in the second half of 2020, and the company also quickly adjusted its business strategy in light of the pandemic, launching initiatives to help small and medium companies and to help the country's economy recover quickly.

In an interview with CGTN, Huang shared his views on some populists' anti-globalization talk and his outlook on China's economy in 2020. Huang also calls for countries to work together to fight the pandemic. Like many crises we have experienced before, it requires solidarity.