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China: Play it Privately and Publicly

China has shown the dedication and desire to be at the forefront of economic globalisation. Historical decisions have been taken to open up the market to the rest of the world, which is happening now. Furthermore, there is a lot of focus on the domestic case for China and how to access via public or private equity.

This session will begin by setting the backdrop to China, providing a macroeconomic update and outlook. Following this we will discuss the A-share market, its characteristics and opportunities for investors. We will then take a deep-dive into the dynamic RMB/USD private equity market and look at growth drivers and opportunities.
Recorded May 20 2021 73 mins
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