The scale of foreign investment in high-end manufacturing is shrinking fast, according to Beijing-based think tank Anbound, and there is almost no new investment in some Shanghai industrial parks. Photo: Reuters
Chen Gong
Opinion

Opinion

Eye on Asia by Chen Gong

What makes China’s latest wave of foreign capital withdrawal different? It’s structural

  • Trade war, rising costs and economic reforms deemed too little, too late are behind China’s latest foreign capital flights
  • What is different this time is that the withdrawals are part of a migration of the industrial chain out of China

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The scale of foreign investment in high-end manufacturing is shrinking fast, according to Beijing-based think tank Anbound, and there is almost no new investment in some Shanghai industrial parks. Photo: Reuters
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