One of the more interesting areas about China is that of overseas investment. Overseas investment is booming, and the savings rate is at an unimaginable high of 40% and ressure on the Yuan is building up and the obvious way to calm the pressure is to allow foreign investment. The obvious way is through the government’s fund, which is diversifying from its traditional reliance on dollar denominated government bonds.
What happens if the Chinese government allows for some private savings to be invested abroad? It will certainly help with the Yuan, balancing out some of the pressure caused by the present trade surplus, while also extending the Chinese government’s reach abroad.
This could be the chance of a lifetime for investment sales people, and English only sites advertised on Google will not cut it.