A visitor walks past a booth for Chinese e-commerce firm Meituan at a trade fair in Beijing on September 3, 2021. Photo: AP A visitor walks past a booth for Chinese e-commerce firm Meituan at a trade fair in Beijing on September 3, 2021. Photo: AP
A visitor walks past a booth for Chinese e-commerce firm Meituan at a trade fair in Beijing on September 3, 2021. Photo: AP
Joseph Cherian
Opinion

Opinion

Joseph Cherian and Marti G. Subrahmanyam

China’s crackdown on Big Tech firms isn’t scaring away bond investors

  • Beijing’s bid to rein in the power of tech firms over anticompetitive behaviour and privacy concerns has not shaken the Chinese bond markets
  • Data shows it still pays to bet on China, perhaps a tad more selectively and in a geopolitically sensitive manner, just as investors in Chinese bonds continue to do

A visitor walks past a booth for Chinese e-commerce firm Meituan at a trade fair in Beijing on September 3, 2021. Photo: AP A visitor walks past a booth for Chinese e-commerce firm Meituan at a trade fair in Beijing on September 3, 2021. Photo: AP
A visitor walks past a booth for Chinese e-commerce firm Meituan at a trade fair in Beijing on September 3, 2021. Photo: AP
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Joseph Cherian

Joseph Cherian

Joseph Cherian is practice professor of finance and director of the Centre for Asset Management Research and Investments at the National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School

Marti G. Subrahmanyam

Marti G. Subrahmanyam

Marti Subrahmanyam is the Charles E. Merrill Professor of Finance at NYU’s Stern School of Business in New York and the Global Network Professor of Finance and Economics at NYU Shanghai.