Charles Li, chief executive of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing, shakes hands with MSCI president Baer Pettit at MSCI’s A-share inclusion ceremony in May 2018. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Cheah Cheng Hye
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Cheah Cheng Hye

China’s A-share market reforms have begun and investor interest is growing, so get ready to catch the wave

  • China has work to do to earn international investors’ trust and produce greater returns, but its size and the interest it already generates suggest it will shake the world over the next decade

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Charles Li, chief executive of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing, shakes hands with MSCI president Baer Pettit at MSCI’s A-share inclusion ceremony in May 2018. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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De-dollarisation could take decades, if currency transitions in the past are any indication. Photo: Reuters
Philip Saunders
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Philip Saunders

Amid a shift away from the US dollar, how long before China’s yuan is a real challenger in a multipolar world?

  • A new monetary order is emerging as America’s global influence declines, and nations increasingly seek out other currencies amid worries about US deficits
  • And while the dollar will remain important for many years, the consequences of a long-term decline should not be overlooked as China rises

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De-dollarisation could take decades, if currency transitions in the past are any indication. Photo: Reuters
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