Policy and Regulation

Can ESG investors afford to ignore 'high stakes' Chinese markets?

BEIJING, CHINA – FEBRUARY 2: The Big Air freestyle venue is seen at dusk at the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics Torch Relay at Shougang Park, which will host freestyle skiing, on February 2, 2022 in Beijing, China. The games are set to open on February 4th. (Photo by Kevin Frayer/Getty Images)

With many investors still underweight on the Asian superpower, policy tailwinds are opening up large avenues for sustainable capital. However, experts warn that getting the analysis right is crucial

As skiers and snowboarders soared against the backdrop of a disused steel mill at Beijing’s winter olympics this week, ...

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