“Avoid Shanghai and Beijing” is the first of a whole set of new investments rules for China, our speaker Paul Denlinger has written down. Very concise he summarizes some of the major changes that have been taking place in China’s economic landscape.
The last one I like most, and reflects Paul Denlinger challenging style of engaging foreign companies interested in China.
The dumb money has already been made in China. It’s time to rebalance your portfolio to make smart money. It can be done, but it won’t be easy. Think smart, work smart, and invest for 15 years. By that time, you should be able to retire.
There are still a few items I would like to discuss with him: how fast is China’s modernization and development of science really going? And: how important is domestic Chinese consumption at this stage for China’s economy, and its protection against the possible global fallout of the economic crisis. Will give him a call very soon for a podcast.
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