Right time to access China's dividends?
As one of the major emerging markets, China has been playing an important role in driving the global economy growth in the past decade. Dividends, as an indispensable component of equity investment return in many developed markets, is gradually being an expectable source of return in China's onshore equity market. However, recently we have seen China's moderating GDP growth, supply chain disruptions from geopolitical tensions and another wave of Covid-19 outbreak in mainland, pouring uncertainty to the market. What is the prospect for China's dividend outlook under current conditions? And more importantly, is it the right time to access China's dividends now?
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