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The end of Chinese stocks?

by | Sep 10, 2021

At the end of August the Chinese government announced plans to ban Chinese companies from going public in other countries.


Chinese company IPOs are banned. This is huge news with far-reaching impact.

If you’re already an investor in Chinese stocks or you’re interested in popular companies like Nio and Tencent listen up – the Chinese authorities have said that this will only apply to companies that process sensitive or important data – but if you think about it… which Chinese stocks DON’T process data?

If you’ve been following Chinese stocks for some time, this may not come as a big surprise, as this has been brewing for some time. But if you’re an investor in Chinese stocks, suddenly the stakes just got raised and the risks are no longer negligible.

Here’s just a few tips from Sasha’s experience that might just come in handy.

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