Opinion: China inflows — be careful what you wish for

Foreign investors are hungry to get access to China’s capital markets, and the small moves to allow investor inflows are nowhere near enough to sate their appetite. But investor protection in the country is not strong enough, and foreign investors should take great care before investing in the mainland market.

  • 10 May 2012
The Chinese government has received a lot of attention for starting to liberalise capital outflows from the country — part of its plan to help local companies by promoting the use of the renminbi offshore — but it still has a lot of work to do on inflows. ...

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