The Investor's Guide to China - Common Prosperity

The Investor's Guide to China - Common Prosperity

The phrase "common prosperity" has certainly been getting a lot of air time recently, both domestically in China as well as around the world. Investors have come to know this campaign through a series of tighter regulations across a number of industries within China. But what does it really mean for companies and investors, or even the broader economy?
 
Hosts Catherine Yeung, Investment Director, and Marty Dropkin, Head of Asian Fixed Income & Hong Kong Investments, are joined by Equity Analyst & Portfolio Manager Yuanlin Lang and Senior Credit Analyst & Portfolio Manager Ming Gong to find out how the three key sectors of healthcare, education, and housing - commonly referred to in China as the 'three mountains' because they represent the rising burden of the cost of living for many households - are adjusting.
 
With additional contributions from David Hoidal, CEO of the Shanghai-based hospital operator DeltaHealth, and Tina Tian, Equity Portfolio Manager at Fidelity. 

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