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How is corporate China evolving?

Martin Lau
Martin Lau8/11/2022 02:47 PM GMT+08  • 8 min read
How is corporate China evolving?
The fundamentals of China’s property markets remain attractive, according to FSSA’s Lau / Photo: Bloomberg
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With over 20 years managing money in China, I have seen significant changes both in the corporate and investment environments. One of the biggest shifts that have occurred is the fact that China is not short of investment capital. A couple of decades ago, attending an IPO presentation was a major event with companies keen to impress investors. Now, these events are mainstream and very heavily attended, confirming no shortage of investor interest.

A further relatively recent development has been the increasing adoption by Chinese companies of ever-higher standards, particularly in relation to environmental protection and employment practices.

‘Common prosperity’ policy driving up standards

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