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GEAB 137

The monthly bulletin of LEAP (European Laboratory of Political Anticipation) - 16 Sep 2019

Investments, trends and recommendations (Sept 2019)

Finance – First openings in the Chinese market

Our investment recommendations on the Chinese financial market are not easy to follow due to lack of accessibility. However, gradually the Chinese financial market is opening up to the outside world and the first trading platforms are on the horizon. During our research in Hong Kong, we discovered the agreement between CN First and Trading Technologies, which should soon provide access to new financial centres (Shanghai, Dalian, Shenzhen…) and their products.[1] Something to follow closely!

Investments – Beware of disguised Chinese acquisitions

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