Beijing’s Crackdown on Foreign Money Sends Stern Warning to Investors

Canada’s public pension plans have been bullish on Chinese stocks

The headquarters of Chinese technology firm Tencent is seen in Beijing on Aug. 7, 2020. The Canada Pension Plan held a substantial position in the Chinese tech firm as of March 31, which has since lost about 30 percent in value due to Beijing’s regulatory tightening. (Greg Baker/AFP via Getty Images)
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Beijing’s regulatory crackdown on Chinese companies has sent shockwaves through its stock markets, and experts say the investment climate in China has shifted and needs reevaluation. The Chinese communist regime’s recent sudden changes in laws and regulations governing businesses across multiple industries remain a topic of discussion and debate regarding its purpose, extent, and endgame. But those actions have more clearly shown the elevated risk of in
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