Biden’s Not Pushing U.S. Investors Away From China. China Is
Viewpoint from Ming Liao, the founding partner of Prospect Avenue Capital, a China tech-focused growth fund.
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Opinion: Chinese government policies had soured U.S. investors on Chinese companies before President Biden banned investments in certain high-tech sectors. But there are opportunities for common ground in sectors like energy.
We are pleased to invite Mr. Ming Liao to publish his articles on Baiguan. Mr. Ming Liao is the founding partner of Prospect Avenue Capital, a China tech-focused growth fund. He is one of the most influential investors in China’s private equity community. In the past years, he has written extensively about investing in China for both domestic and global audiences. Some of his articles, such as “Hong Kong, Hong Kong (Chinese)” , have reached millions of reached globally. His writing methodologically explains how business and investment work in China, bridging the understanding gap between China and global investors. He has been a long-term advisor to our business, and we frequently have in-depth discussions on various topics. Today’s article is his latest analysis of the impact of the Sino-China relationship on the capital market in China, and his first time publishing on our Substack. He can be found on LinkedIn and reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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