Feb 28, 2022 06:23 PM

Hong Hao: What the Russia-Ukraine Conflict Means for Chinese Markets

The war in Ukraine is raging on. With new developments on the frontline over the weekend, investors are watching where Chinese markets are headed in the coming weeks.

China will kick off its annual “Two Sessions” later this week, during which the government will likely set the GDP growth target for 2022 at just above 5%. We should hear more on plans for important projects, updates on infrastructure investment, as well as the all-important property policy.

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