Digital & Resilience

China’s regulatory crackdowns fray foreign investors’ nerves

By Peter McGill
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Mounting regulatory and political pressures are pulling apart capital markets of the world’s two biggest economies, even as Wall Street firms ramp up their presence in China. 

The latest phase of a wide-ranging and unrelenting regulatory campaign in China began in July, with a probe of ride-hailing group Didi Chuxing, ...

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