5月 19 · 已讀1分鐘
According to Frankie Fang, managing partner of Starquest Capital, a Beijing-based fund of funds and direct investment firm that holds assets under management worth 25 billion yuan, China’s private -equity market has not been swayed by the US-China trade war.
“I have asked some of these foreign investors why they continue to invest in China despite the escalation in US-China trade war,” Fang said. “They told me the returns from investing in China remained attractive relative to other markets, and that is a key reason why they continue to allocate their capital in Chinese private businesses.”
The country’s maturing domestic venture capital firms and a start-up environment that has become more regulated in recent years, are positive developments that give comfort to foreign investors putting their money into China, he said.