In Plus Episode 353, we review variable interest entities, the corporate structure used by some of the largest publicly traded technology companies operating in China. We review the risks of this structure, especially in light of recent regulatory actions taken by the Chinese government against publicly traded tutoring companies.
We compare the risks of investing in China and other emerging markets with the risks of investing in an expensive U.S. stock market.
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