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Firsthand Insights on Investing in China
Radio Feature 64: Uli Sigg in conversation with Sona Blessing
 
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
radio Uli Sigg currently serves as a member of the advisory board of the China Development Bank and other Chinese entities. He has spent several years in China, following its economic reform, and its contemporary art scene. He has accumulated the most substantial collection of contemporary Chinese art in the world. In 1997, he established the Chinese Contemporary Art Award, an award for Chinese contemporary artists and art critics in China. He is a member of the International Council of New York’s MOMA, and International Advisory Council of the Tate Gallery in London.

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Firsthand Insights on Investing in China

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  • Q1 - Where do you see opportunities for an investor looking to invest in China today?

    Duration: 00:44 


  • Q2 - Hasn't a lot of capital already flowed into the areas that you have identified as being potential beneficiaries of Chinese growth?

    Duration: 00:52 


  • Q3 - Would you say Chinese real estate is in a bubble and, how does it influence the stability of the Chinese economy?

    Duration: 00:46 


  • Q4 - Do you believe Chinese property prices could collapse?

    Duration: 00:29 


  • Q5 - What is your view on the role of the Renminbi going forward?

    Duration: 00:36 


  • Q6 - How do you view art investing in China?

    Duration: 00:19 


  • Q7 - Do you anticipate continued growth in the Chinese Contemporary Art market?

    Duration: 00:19 


  • Q8 - Besides those that make headlines, could you identify the risks of investing in China, and how should an investor optimise them?

    Duration: 00:42 


  • Q9 - What are your thoughts on the new leadership?

    Duration: 00:33 



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