Investing in China: Opportunities and Risks in the Future

Abstract

Investment environment in China is changing due to the drastic change in world economic environment and the intrinsic evolution inside the Chinese economy. Although China is facing a series challenges for its further growth, a soft landing of the economy is expected. To meet the external and internal challenges and to overcome the constraints for further growth, China has to transit the growth pattern which will generate two areas of new demand, expansion of new industries for green economy and for resources saving goals and promoting the purchasing power of low income group. Fast urbanization and moving to the west are the other two major development opportunities. Risks and uncertainties in the coming time could come mainly from the slowdown of external demand growth, the appreciation of Chinese currency, the labor cost increase, domestic competition and product mimicking, resource supply constraints, and trade disputes.

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Liu, Y. (2012). Investing in China: Opportunities and Risks in the Future. Journal of Financial Risk Management, 1, 1-6. doi: 10.4236/jfrm.2012.11001.

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