China's growth on the world stage: The Linklaters China report
China is increasingly affecting the global terms of trade as it promotes domestic consumption, internationalises the use of its currency, targets foreign investment into China and significantly escalates outbound Chinese M&A. Our report, China's growth on the world stage, to see how China’s focus on sustainable growth will affect your organisation, sector and region.
Watch our three video interviews featuring Andrew Malcolm, Fang Jian and Betty Yap who discuss:
- key currency developments including progress made in the opening of China’s capital account,
- the latest outbound M&A strategy developments; and
- recent activity in inbound foreign investment in China.
The RMB internationalisation project
The third plenum has reinforced the policy for domestic reform, essential to the modernisation of China’s financial system. China’s progress in the internationalisation of the renminbi and the opening of its capital account is outlined by Andrew Malcolm, Linklaters Partner – Capital Markets, who discusses key currency developments and the growing importance of the Dim Sum bond and related markets.
China’s outbound M&A strategy
Chinese companies continue to invest overseas, with Chinese outbound investment expected to outweigh foreign inbound investment in the near future. Fang Jian, Linklaters National Managing Partner, China, discusses these developments in more detail and the opportunities they create for Chinese firms and global players.
Investing into China
Inbound foreign investment remains critical to China’s growth. With third plenum policies encouraging a free market approach, this is good news for foreign investors. Hear Betty Yap, Linklaters Partner – M&A and Private Equity, discuss which sectors are the most attractive to foreign investors and where foreign investment into China is coming from.