According to a survey by HSBC, central banks intended to make RMB 10% of their reserves by 2025, as part of a larger push for portfolio diversification. However, this growth in reliance on the RMB will be gradual: it is set to account for 2.9% of reserves by the end of 2015, 6.9% by 2020, 10.4% by 2025 and 12.5% by 2030.
.We await Mr John Mc Lean and friends explaining why they have had so many of the above issues
I am sure Mr S Weatherseed has not had the same problems .Governance after all is what they get the lolly for .
One can assume Chinese indices are still fairly cheap and especially good for large long term investors as the growth in China continues , albeit at a more steady pace .