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Chinese Assets: Sizing strategic allocations in a bipolar world

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China has emerged from the coronavirus pandemic with renewed confidence after it was one of the first countries to achieve positive growth post-Covid. The way in which China contained the virus, and how rapidly the Chinese economy recovered has impressed institutional and private investors alike. The swift recovery and containment of the virus in China was due to strict measures put in place by the government, and now that they are on the brink of returning to normality, their attention will turn to becoming more self-sufficient in critical industries.

The capital markets and economy of China have rapidly expanded to become the second-largest in the world, with the U.S. firmly in their sights. Despite China’s growing importance, investors continue to be reluctant to increase their exposure to Chinese stocks and bonds.

 

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READ NOW: Chinese Assets: Sizing strategic allocations in a bipolar world (Special Report, 2021)


Chinese Assets: Sizing strategic allocations in a bipolar world (Special Report, 2021)

This Special Report outlines the role of Chinese assets, and how investors can gain exposure to this growing asset class.

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