The November issue of China Economic Review is now out, online and in print.
Our cover story looks at the increasingly attractive cleantech space in China. Investors and entrepreneurs alike are piling into the solar, wind energy and water treatment sectors. We also scope out the government’s lofty environmental and renewable energy targets and ask experts if they’re really feasible.
The rather grandly titled Lord Mayor of London does a Q&A with us this month.
In reports, check out our look at the QDII funds scene, new rules governing exit strategies for foreign investors, and the fascinating topic of China’s backstreet banks, among others.
Columnist Steve Dickinson confronts the myths shrouding China’s legal system, Ken DeWoskin takes the measure of sovereign funds and Tom Doctoroff looks at marketing in the service of a harmonious society.
Our new Investment page highlights the increasingly important, and shifting, role of private equity in Asia.
Don’t miss our healthcare Focus and the handy Review section, which rounds up the last month’s major happenings.
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