An employee counts 100-yuan notes at a bank in Nantong in China's eastern Jiangsu province on July 23, 2018. China on July 23 rejected accusations by US President Donald Trump that it was manipulating the yuan to give its exporters an edge, saying Washington appeared "bent on provoking a trade war". / AFP PHOTO / - / China OUT An employee counts 100-yuan notes at a bank in Nantong in China's eastern Jiangsu province on July 23, 2018. China on July 23 rejected accusations by US President Donald Trump that it was manipulating the yuan to give its exporters an edge, saying Washington appeared "bent on provoking a trade war". / AFP PHOTO / - / China OUT
An employee counts 100-yuan notes at a bank in Nantong in China's eastern Jiangsu province on July 23, 2018. China on July 23 rejected accusations by US President Donald Trump that it was manipulating the yuan to give its exporters an edge, saying Washington appeared "bent on provoking a trade war". / AFP PHOTO / - / China OUT

Foreign M&A in China remains strong as investors remain optimistic despite coronavirus, decoupling

  • American and European investors are taking advantage of looser foreign ownership limits, while also betting on rising Chinese consumer demand, Rhodium Group says
  • Foreign appetite for Chinese assets remains ‘robust’ despite widespread talk of decoupling and reshoring as China recovers from the coronavirus pandemic

Topic |   China economy
An employee counts 100-yuan notes at a bank in Nantong in China's eastern Jiangsu province on July 23, 2018. China on July 23 rejected accusations by US President Donald Trump that it was manipulating the yuan to give its exporters an edge, saying Washington appeared "bent on provoking a trade war". / AFP PHOTO / - / China OUT An employee counts 100-yuan notes at a bank in Nantong in China's eastern Jiangsu province on July 23, 2018. China on July 23 rejected accusations by US President Donald Trump that it was manipulating the yuan to give its exporters an edge, saying Washington appeared "bent on provoking a trade war". / AFP PHOTO / - / China OUT
An employee counts 100-yuan notes at a bank in Nantong in China's eastern Jiangsu province on July 23, 2018. China on July 23 rejected accusations by US President Donald Trump that it was manipulating the yuan to give its exporters an edge, saying Washington appeared "bent on provoking a trade war". / AFP PHOTO / - / China OUT
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