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  • Time is running out to solve China’s debt bubble download

    White papers 7 August 2019

    Many investors are focused on the outlook for trade talks with the US, fearing an all-out trade war which would negatively impact global, and especially Chinese, equity markets. But investors underestimate the mounting problems caused by the recent rapid expansion of credit in China. Only radical solutions now remain to resolve the country’s growing credit bubble, says Paul Smillie.

  • Asian Equities: US-China relationship to remain critical download

    White papers 11 January 2019

    Asia Pacific ex Japan markets started the year well, holding on to gains that were chalked in the strong rally in 2017. But by mid-year, signs of slowing economic growth surfaced, primarily induced by US-China trade tensions, leading to a sharp market correction, particularly for Chinese equities.

  • What to know about investing in China download

    White papers 31 May 2018

    There used to be a lot of concern around China’s old industrial economy, but supply-side reforms have curtailed excess capacity.

  • Asia’s ‘great moderation’ holds promise for equities download

    White papers 8 September 2017

    Soo Nam NG argues that China’s economy is entering a more moderate and stable period, which will benefit Chinese and Asian equity markets.

  • Is China’s economy turning Japanese? download

    White papers 3 August 2017

    Three decades after Tokyo’s property bubble burst, causing severe damage, there are fears that Beijing faces a similar fate.

  • How China rules the waves download

    White papers 28 April 2017

    FT investigation: Beijing has spent billions expanding its ports network to secure sea lanes and establish itself as a maritime power. Pakistan’s Arabian Sea port of Gwadar is perched on the world’s energy jugular. Sea lanes nearby carry most of China’s oil imports; any  disruption could choke the world’s second-largest economy.