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|Subject: Chinese Transparency||Date: 6/14/2012 11:09 AM|
|Author: CoyoteMoney||Number: 3419 of 3435|
I've always been leery of investing in China. Despite how any one company looks on paper, it is very hard for me to have any grasp on the broader business and regulatory environment in China. IOW I'm really not sure how to compare the risks.
Then I read this:
The Chinese Kleptocracy Is Like Nothing In Human History
Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/how-the-chinese-kleptrocracy-...
I just don't see anything here that would make me feel better about Chinese business prospects. Sure this is the largest pool of potential consumers on the planet. But the unkowns make me very very nervous.
Who here has been investing in China for more than a couple of years?
What has been your experience with Chinese regulations?
How has this affected your investments?
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