Caixin
Apr 08, 2022 04:46 AM
FINANCE

In Depth: With China Stocks No Longer Paying a Premium, Private Investors Confront Need to Shift Strategies

After the government began its antitrust crackdown on internet platforms in February 2021, the overseas shares of Chinese companies went into a tailspin.
After the government began its antitrust crackdown on internet platforms in February 2021, the overseas shares of Chinese companies went into a tailspin.

This is the second story in three-part series on how last month’s crash in China concept stocks left venture capital and private equity investors reeling. Follow the rest of the story by reading part one and part three.

As investors inside and outside China respond to the slump in overseas-traded Chinese stocks, private investors are facing up to the fact that share prices no longer fetch a guaranteed premium. In fact, many are now being discounted in the aftermath of a regulatory storm spanning multiple industries.

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