Opportunities arising from China recovery

Business | 26 Jan 2021 6:08 pm

China’s annual growth will be robust at 8 percent while a full global recovery is unlikely until the second half of 2021, an asset manager predicts.

Franklin Templeton said, China’s world exports share is at an all-time high driven by faster industrial production recovery. The manufacturing PMI data reached multi-year highs in the fourth quarter of 2020.

There is domestic-driven recovery in China, with consumer spending and leisure-related activities increasing in part due to domestic tourism and duty-free luxury spending

Economic policy will likely focus on normalization, including deleveraging, removing excess stimulus via credit contraction and internet regulations, while the long-term reform agenda remains on track.

Opportunities will arise in the acceleration of Chinese tech adoption and innovation, digitization, consolidation, consumer premiumization and carbon neutrality.


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