An employee at an animation studio in Shanghai at work on April 1. As of March 25, about 72 per cent of SMEs using cloud-based platforms had resumed production, according to the authorities. Photo: Bloomberg An employee at an animation studio in Shanghai at work on April 1. As of March 25, about 72 per cent of SMEs using cloud-based platforms had resumed production, according to the authorities. Photo: Bloomberg
An employee at an animation studio in Shanghai at work on April 1. As of March 25, about 72 per cent of SMEs using cloud-based platforms had resumed production, according to the authorities. Photo: Bloomberg
Sylvia Sheng
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Sylvia Sheng

Investors still favour China’s assets amid the coronavirus economic shock – for good reason

  • Chinese equities and the yuan have fared better than their counterparts elsewhere. Without ignoring the risks, it is safe to say China is likely to lead the rest of the world in the recovery from the Covid-19 outbreak

An employee at an animation studio in Shanghai at work on April 1. As of March 25, about 72 per cent of SMEs using cloud-based platforms had resumed production, according to the authorities. Photo: Bloomberg An employee at an animation studio in Shanghai at work on April 1. As of March 25, about 72 per cent of SMEs using cloud-based platforms had resumed production, according to the authorities. Photo: Bloomberg
An employee at an animation studio in Shanghai at work on April 1. As of March 25, about 72 per cent of SMEs using cloud-based platforms had resumed production, according to the authorities. Photo: Bloomberg
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