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.
China’s most talked-about downturn in stock value is business as usual, says JP Morgan’s Santos at Bloomberg. Financial analyst Sara Hsu disagrees and sees a more structural change in how China is dealing with its business compared to previous regulatory interventions, she says at her vlog China Rising. “She misses out at the political risks,” Hsu adds.
Former US president Trump tried to get US companies to return from China, but reshoring has been marginal compared to other logistic disruptions, says financial analyst Sara Hsu in an interview with the China Business Review. “The focus has shifted away from reshoring to rightshoring,” she adds.
China’s government shocked the fintech industry by introducing firm financial measures, similar to the banking sector. Ant Financial even had to cancel its massive IPO. But what we have seen is only the start of more government action to regulate the internet, says fintech expert Sara Hsu in the Diplomat. Managing capital and data are key elements.
Financial analyst Sara Hsu, co-author of the 2020 publication “China’s fintech explosion”, discusses how tech companies became the leaders in fintech, leaving the country’s giant banks behind. She addresses an online panel of USC’s US-China Institute and explains how an underserved community offers a fertile basis for the fintech explosion.