Overseas infrastructure will remain attractive to Chinese investors despite economic slowdown, experts say28 Aug 2015
Chinese investors are likely to find the stable, predictable returns from overseas infrastructure assets an even more attractive investment target given the country's well-publicised economic conditions, according to experts at Pinsent Masons, the law firm...
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