China's changing face

Winston Ma believes China is opening up to foreign investors, largely thanks to developments in the structured products market


Investing in China has dominated the international investment community in recent years as one of the hottest topics. For many years, however, foreign investors interested in China could only access the offshore market with limited investment alternatives, such as Chinese companies listed on the Hong Kong Exchange or their American Depositary Receipts traded in New York. Now, following decades of free market reforms in China, the country's domestic stock market is increasingly open to foreign

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