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How China’s dividend factors in the Russia-Ukraine crisis

11 March 2022 Ruiying Zhao

China's top political consultative bodies recently convened for the National People's Congress to discuss the future road map for the level of economic in China. This session came against the backdrop of recent geopolitical tensions vis a vis the Russia-Ukraine crisis, moderating GDP growth rates in China and the increasing prospects of rising interest rates in the U.S. While the situation is evolving rapidly, please join us now at a recorded video [click to join] with Mohammad Hassan, our APAC Dividend Forecasting Head and Ruiying Zhao, our Research Analyst, to find out more about the prospects for Chinese dividend outlook.

Automobile and parts, basic resources, energy, food and beverage, industrial goods and services, and technology will show a mixed picture - poised to benefit from government supports according to the "two sessions", but concurrently also exposed to the risks from the Russia-Ukraine crisis. Dividend risk is expected to stay low or medium, mainly attributable to three mitigating factors - policy support, state-owned entity (SOE) governance and infrequent dividend payers. We provide you further analysis over the impacted sectors and a list of risky names in the report [click to download]

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This article was published by S&P Global Market Intelligence and not by S&P Global Ratings, which is a separately managed division of S&P Global.

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