Foreign Investors Nervous as More Chinese Business Executives Vanish

The number of high-level Chinese business executives who have vanished without warning during dictator Xi Jinping’s latest political purge keeps growing, and it has evidently made foreign investors nervous enough to hinder Xi’s efforts to lure them back after his insane coronavirus lockdowns.

Chinese President Xi Jinping

Chinese Premier Sounds Alarm on Tanking Economy

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Wednesday told regional governors to take faster, stronger measures to stabilize the economy – a significant deviation from Beijing’s previous assurances that coronavirus lockdowns were not interfering with economic growth.

Li Keqiang

Chinese Property Shares Tumble Amid Fears of Evergrande ‘Contagion’

The impending collapse of China’s gigantic Evergrande Group real estate company caused a tumble at the stock market on Tuesday for other Chinese property developers. Even investors in completely unrelated markets are growing nervous about what the implosion of such a huge company could do to banks in China and around the world – and what it could mean for Beijing’s geopolitical agenda.

WUHAN, CHINA - SEPTEMBER 26: (CHINA OUT) An aerial view shows the Evergrande Changqing com