An elderly woman shops in Beijing. The Chinese economy has made a V-shaped recovery from the pandemic, and the government’s emphasis remains on social and financial stability. Photo: AFP An elderly woman shops in Beijing. The Chinese economy has made a V-shaped recovery from the pandemic, and the government’s emphasis remains on social and financial stability. Photo: AFP
An elderly woman shops in Beijing. The Chinese economy has made a V-shaped recovery from the pandemic, and the government’s emphasis remains on social and financial stability. Photo: AFP
Cheah Cheng Hye
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Cheah Cheng Hye

GameStop’s wild ride and other risks just add to China’s appeal as a safe haven

  • A majority of Asian stock markets are relatively smaller and less liquid than those in the West, perhaps giving less scope for buying frenzies. Indeed, China is looking attractive as a haven for global investors seeking to hedge against rising risks

An elderly woman shops in Beijing. The Chinese economy has made a V-shaped recovery from the pandemic, and the government’s emphasis remains on social and financial stability. Photo: AFP An elderly woman shops in Beijing. The Chinese economy has made a V-shaped recovery from the pandemic, and the government’s emphasis remains on social and financial stability. Photo: AFP
An elderly woman shops in Beijing. The Chinese economy has made a V-shaped recovery from the pandemic, and the government’s emphasis remains on social and financial stability. Photo: AFP
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Cheah Cheng Hye

Cheah Cheng Hye

Cheah Cheng Hye is the co-chairman, co-chief investment officer and co-founder of Value Partners Group, a Hong Kong-listed fund management company. He is also an independent non-executive director of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd. He was previously a financial journalist, working in such publications as Far Eastern Economic Review and The Asian Wall Street Journal.