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Evergreen Partners, Jeff Otis and Louis Gave discuss concerns regarding the effects of global politics on investment portfolios. Crackdowns on big tech by Chinese regulators have broadly received negative attention from global investors, but Louis offers a more nuanced perspective to consider. Gavekal is Evergreen's research partner and keeps our investment committee up-to-date on developments in Europe and Asia that may not otherwise be as prompt or accessible to a U.S. firm. Listen in as we discuss these questions:
How might social and political issues in Afghanistan impact markets?
What should U.S. investors make of Chinese tech regulation? And, how should investors participate in China?
Is now the time to consider Asian debt for your portfolio?
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