China witnessed a recovery in capital flows last month due to a slower pace of US interest rate increases and Beijing’s pivot away from its zero-Covid policy. Photo: EPA-EFE
China witnessed a recovery in capital flows last month due to a slower pace of US interest rate increases and Beijing’s pivot away from its zero-Covid policy. Photo: EPA-EFE

China set for ‘steady, continuous’ foreign capital inflows as overseas investors return amid reopening

  • Foreign investors purchased a net US$12.6 billion of stocks and bonds in the first half of January, the State Administration of Foreign Exchange said
  • China faced capital outflow pressure last year amid its economic slowdown, aggressive US interest rate increases and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

China witnessed a recovery in capital flows last month due to a slower pace of US interest rate increases and Beijing’s pivot away from its zero-Covid policy. Photo: EPA-EFE
China witnessed a recovery in capital flows last month due to a slower pace of US interest rate increases and Beijing’s pivot away from its zero-Covid policy. Photo: EPA-EFE
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