CIC Focuses in on European-China Investment Strategy

ChinaChinese governmental investors have allocated capital to invest in European companies. The government of China is encouraging more overseas transactions, with Chinese state banks financing deals. Two major impediments arise, one is knowing how and where to access such investment opportunities, and the other is political risk. Chinese state-owned enterprises and corporations have ventured into Europe, purchasing direct stakes into companies. On the other side, small to medium European companies are encountering obstacles getting credit from banks for business expansion and refinancing of debt. In addition, European companies want greater access to the Asian market, particularly China.[ Content protected for Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute Standard subscribers only. Please subscribe to view content. ]


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