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Market compass for China
Market compass for China

Market compass for China


East meets west

Since market-oriented reforms began in 1978, China’s economy has expanded by almost 10% per year on average. Its GDP measured on a purchasing power parity (PPP) basis has become the largest in the world behind the United States since 2014.

Beginning 15 years ago, the Chinese authorities have progressively implemented new policies to liberalise the country’s financial markets. Step by step, they have internationalised the renminbi (RMB) and increased the liquidity of Chinese mainland markets (Shanghai and Shenzhen) by facilitating foreign investments in equities (A-share market) and fixed income instruments (Chinese Interbank Bond Market). Both the Chinese equity and bond markets have been growing rapidly, ranking respectively second and third after the United States and Japan markets.

What are the economic trends in China? How can foreign investors navigate through the new rules and schemes to invest in the Chinese financial markets? What are the upcoming reforms and trends?


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