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All Chinese investors were essentially classed as sovereign capital by the government last year, sources say, but the stance may be softening in 2021.
As the extent of the pandemic became increasingly clear in early 2020, countries around the world restricted international travel and threw up hard borders. A general turn inwards economically accompanied this, with trade disrupted and nations understandably prioritising support for domestic businesses and individuals. In some ways, economic nationalism had already been a dominant theme before […]
Manulife office in Hong Kong
Albamen Capital Partners will invest in renewable energy and digital infrastructure, as well as 'other power-intensive infrastructure assets' in China.
ADIA is the largest investor in the vehicle with additional commitments made by other global institutional investors and the firm's flagship fund.
HK-Zhuhai-Macao road
While certain restrictions make China’s REITs less favourable to those of Hong Kong and Singapore, they allow sponsors to recycle capital and retain control of the underlying assets.
Solar power
China will account for 42 percent of new capacity, driven by a surge in solar power projects, but Western Europe will be the ‘regional outperformer’ in terms of utilisation, Fitch Solutions says.
Green energy
The fund, which is targeting roughly double that amount, will have a dual-currency structure of Chinese renminbi and US dollars.
The fund manager says it ‘continues to pursue quality infrastructure investment opportunities’ as AUM falls due to equity market declines.
Transportation in china
S&P Global Ratings expects ‘substantial disruption’ to sector revenue in the first half of 2020 in mainland China and Hong Kong.
beijing skyline at dusk
The Chinese investment bank's first fund closed the acquisition of a 7.16 percent stake in the Jinan-Qingdao high-speed railway line in October.
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