Most rich in China are self-made, first in agriculture, then real estate, and the past five years in new energy, says Hurun chairman Rupert Hoogewerf at the release of the 2021 Hurun China rich list. Compared to Hong Kong and Taiwan, mainland rich seldom inherited their wealth, he added.Read More →

China faces not only its most prominent problem Evergrande but a range of issues, says leading economist Arthur Kroeber in the New York Times. Shortage of electricity, dealing with its big tech companies and many other in-debted giants offer similar challenges. “The common feature of these crises: All were triggered by government policies,” he writes.Read More →

Investors worldwide have been watching developments at Evergrande, China’s second largest real estate company,  as it struggled to repay its gargantuan debts. But while the problems are serious, financial analyst Sara Hsu does not expect a full collapse of the giant, she tells the commercial observer.Read More →

Geopolitics tensions, domestic problems, and a range of political crackdowns: China got its fair share of troubles over the past months, but super-investor Jim Rogers remains confident about his investments in China, he tells at the Money Levels Show.Read More →

The fall down of Evergrande, China’s second largest real estate giant, has rattled global investors. Strategic analyst Sara Hsu expects its fallout will be huge in China, but its effect outside China is only marginal, she tells at NBC.Read More →

A strong shift from real estate tycoons to IT-giants marks a shift at China’s economy in the ongoing political meetings in Beijing, says author Shaun Rein of The War for China’s Wallet: Profiting from the New World Order to the South China Morning Post. “China is picking five to 10 private technology companies to make them national champions.”Read More →