Is China's Crisis an Investment Opportunity? - Part 2
Policy Implementation and Potential Investment Risks
Last week we published the first of our 3-part series on the potential investment opportunity in China covering the general economic landscape.
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Here’s a quick recap of the previous article.
The reasons behind China’s increase in stimulus measures come down to the following factors:
COVID lockdowns have significantly slowed the economy
Aggressive regulation has undermined some of China’s key businesses, especially in technology and entertainment
The end of the last credit cycle became a drag as tighter monetary policy increased the cost of capital and as a result created a drag effect on economic growth
Slack from a structural overhang in real estate development continues to act as gravity, pulling down momentum
The Chinese real estate market is the largest market in the world of any kind, weighing in at $90 trillion.
And now onto the second part of the article covering the monetary and fiscal policies of the Country and the potential risks of investing in China.