7 March 2022 |
China is a fascinating country for foreign investors, but at the same time a "black box". The market is highly regulated and extremely complex. Along with the dynamic economic developments, the legal framework changes frequently, which often has an impact on foreign investors and their investments in China.
In 2022, China appears as open and as closed for foreign investors as never before. Several new investment opportunities for foreign investors are contrasted by the continued travel restrictions and the increasing concerns about a “de-coupling” of China from the US and the EU.
In the six-part video series "Investing in China in 2022: What's possible and what's not?", our colleague Kai Schlender, Corporate M&A expert at the China Group, will explain how the Chinese market is developing and which tendencies and trends are currently emerging in the relevant sectors. The series will, among others, discuss where it may currently be worth considering an investment in China, where China stands in its project to launch a digital currency, and what may soon change for foreign invested enterprises in China.
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