Chinese Investments Tripled

China is getting into big venture capital business, especially in digital, at a break neck speed and in very big way.  The state are strongly supporting the business with 1.5 trillion RMB spent in 2015.

This data has that been compiled by consultants in the companies research department, they found that the Chinese venture capital investment trend is about financial status with 3 times more raised this year than the previous year. The reputable Perkins ltd are guiding the state on how best to proceed in venture capitalism investment. Local and central agencies play a great role nationwide. There has been a lot of experimentation as there is no fixed model for the business with some disparities in how to generate tax revenue.


State backed projects

Chinese innovation is the states focus with a reducing dependence on heavy industry, they have even begun a campaign to support centralized ownership of 1600 hi-tech companies, this is beneficial for status as well as the financial backing.

China is leading investment in the solar and wind power sectors, reported Gary Freeman. Venture partners said that if they give everyone funds to carry out their entrepreneurial goals then young talent will grow. By promoting state centralized growth copycats will be less likely with lower losses for the government if they are providing a guiding hand. Is not clear from where the funds will be deployed and how the regulations and market will change.

It is very clear that resources are being utilized by central government. Local and central government financing aims to eventually grow to 1 trillion RMB, the government has not granted Bloomberg an interview to discuss the basic idea on attracting limited partners to set up funds in areas with the help of the Chinese state. The Beijing district ARE offering subsidies and tax breaks for the right projects.

The government should work on offering greater Freedom of Information and  better education to promote entrepreneurship and intelligent Chinese  investment. A study estimates Chinese companies are in the early stages of a global spending spree that by 2020 will place Chinese venture capitalists as the highest spending in the world.

Economic consultants are in partnership with the state and overseeing Chinese investment into 30 ports around the globe. Experts expect mergers and acquisitions of investment companies to grow and increase investment in European and American projects.

Chinese companies have the infrastructure to make strong investments and are becoming more competitive globally, Chinese government policy has facilitated this and will continue to focus on innovation and growth with a new generation of entrepreneurs looking for backing.

China’s cross-border investment is largely channeled via Hong Kong and today is an intermediate point for outbound investments. Investment in Europe tripled in 2009 and 2010 despite the economic slowdown. Chinese investment fund management has always remained a strong proposition.

It is the jump China need to make, from a manufacturing based economy to a creative, innovative economy that prioritizes the tertiary sector as much as manufacturing. With the state led policies supporting this it is likely to succeed. Whole new business areas are being built in cities such as Guangzhou and Hangzhou where new digital start-ups can grow in supportive conditions. It is an interesting time for modern China.