A man crosses a bridge with a stocks indicator board in Shanghai’s financial district on March 16. Photo: AFP
A man crosses a bridge with a stocks indicator board in Shanghai’s financial district on March 16. Photo: AFP
Aidan Yao
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Aidan Yao

Fears that China has become ‘uninvestible’ are overblown – it is not Russia

  • While pandemic woes and rising commodity prices have shaken investor confidence in China, it remains an open, globally accessible and growing market
  • The real unease stems from Beijing’s regulatory uncertainty, but policymakers have caught onto this and promised relief

A man crosses a bridge with a stocks indicator board in Shanghai’s financial district on March 16. Photo: AFP
A man crosses a bridge with a stocks indicator board in Shanghai’s financial district on March 16. Photo: AFP
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