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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