China after COVID-19: a venue for diversification and income seekers

As China’s recovery from the coronavirus-induced slowdown gathers strength,[1] the country’s capital markets are proving to be an attractive venue for global investors seeking to generate reasonable returns while safely diversifying their portfolios in a tough business environment.[2] 

Let’s look at the numbers first, which underline the strength of the broad-based resurgence in the Chinese economy while the rest of the world is struggling to cope with the pandemic. Year-over-year GDP growth sped up to 4.9% in the September quarter compared to 3.2% in the previous quarter while retail spending has bounced back to pre-pandemic levels.[3]

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