China is trying to pull in foreign investors who are increasingly finding it to be a less attractive place to put their money, despite abundant opportunities. Illustration: Lau Ka-kuen
China is trying to pull in foreign investors who are increasingly finding it to be a less attractive place to put their money, despite abundant opportunities. Illustration: Lau Ka-kuen

‘Completely underinvested’ China woos foreign investors but still withholds what they want most

  • An outpouring of money and assets has Beijing scrambling to lure back capital by touting China’s massive market and lucrative opportunities
  • But getting foreigners to once again invest in China is an uphill struggle as zero-Covid, geopolitical tensions and other risks make second-largest economy less attractive

China is trying to pull in foreign investors who are increasingly finding it to be a less attractive place to put their money, despite abundant opportunities. Illustration: Lau Ka-kuen
China is trying to pull in foreign investors who are increasingly finding it to be a less attractive place to put their money, despite abundant opportunities. Illustration: Lau Ka-kuen
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