As Trump Takes Power, China Awaits US Infrastructure Opps

January 20, 2017 by Loch Adamson

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This week, China's sovereign wealth fund looks to the US for fresh opportunities in alternative investments, including infrastructure; South Korea's National Pension Service see its chairman indicted for perjury and abuse of authority, and Malaysia's Khazanah renews its focus on technology investments and innovation. China Remains Bullish on US Alts Under President Trump At an investment conference in Hong Kong this week, Ding Xuedong, chairman of China Investment Corporation (CIC), reiterated his goal of boosting the massive sovereign wealth fund’s exposure to alternative investments in the US – a theme that he first sounded in mid-2016. CIC, which manages $250 billion in global investment assets – and oversees $564 billion in domestic equity holdings for a total of $814 billion – is aiming to increase its private equity and hedge funds as well as making more direct investments in the world's largest economy, Ding told attendees at the…

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