A Financial Times Service
China Confidential - Premium Investment Insight

16 August 2012

Many LGFV bonds, or those issued by local governments typically to finance infrastructure or low-cost housing projects, have produced double-digit returns this year, attracting growing interest from funds. 

In other sections, we look at:

  • Our renminbi indicator shows a bias toward depreciation against the US dollar.
  • Liquidity flows favour bonds and underground banks.
  • How Baijiu stocks have performed well but the outlook is clouding.
  • Which segments of the large pharmaceutical sector are performing best.
  • The new freeing of restrictions on A-share investments.


An integrated research service from the Financial Times that provides premium, exclusive analysis and predictions on China investment themes.

Using a dedicated FT team of specialists in China and the UK, it taps Chinese sources from the grassroots to the political elite to forecast key trends and issues. It conducts proprietary research to supply its own insights into industry trends and consumer sentiment. By filtering the work of the best Chinese analysts and academics, it keeps you current on key debates as they unfold inside mainland China. Its broad aim is to help the professional investor navigate through the Chinese investment landscape.


We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you continue without changing your settings, we'll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies on this website. However, if you would like to, you can change your cookie settings at any time. Find out more about our cookie policy.