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A hard look at soft power

This serialised viewpoint explores the ‘soft power’ negotiating tools used by the US against rising adversary China. Pushed on by its ongoing rivalry with the US, China is progressing in its path to building supremacy through technological and financial power. Where are the potential opportunities and risks for investors?

China, today

Part 1

The new tools in the US-China battle

The US is using its ‘soft power’ tools against rising adversary China. What are the dynamics of this relationship and the opportunities for investors?

Part 2

Building supremacy

China continues its path to supremacy, pushed on by its ongoing rivalry with the US. Given the uncertainty of this relationship, how can investors position themselves and benefit?



We examine the evolution of China’s capital markets and its potential impact on global markets. Read more to understand the investment opportunity that we believe China offers.




How are China's capital markets evolving? What should investors consider when investing in Chinese equities and bonds?