In this March 2017 update, IHS Country Risk looks at the current risk levels in China from a political and economic perspective.
China is set to continue a gradualist approach to the liberalisation of investments – except for those in oil & gas, energy, telecoms, transport and banking, where state-owned enterprises will remain vital instruments of policymaking. In the meantime, Chinese president Xi Jinping’s elevation to ‘core’ leader status should see him influence Chinese policy decisions for many years to come. Get the report here or download the PDF below.
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