- (1:15) - Chinese Regulation: Ban On Internet Content
- (3:45) - Content Crack Down: VPN Bans
- (5:30) - The Effect On Chinese Internet Stocks
- (8:00) - The Future of the Chinese Internet Market
- (9:30) - Episode Roundup: Podcast@zacks.com
On today’s episode of the Tech Talk Tuesday podcast, Ryan McQueeney is joined by Brendan Ahern, the Chief Investment Officer at KraneShares, to discuss the current state of the Chinese internet market.
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KraneShares is a leading provider of China-focused exchange-traded funds and Chinese investment education. The company currently operates five different China-related ETFs and hosts a wide range of research and data.
China’s tech companies, like Alibaba (BABA - Free Report) , JD.com (JD - Free Report) , Weibo (WB - Free Report) , and YY (YY - Free Report) , are among some of the biggest and most powerful brands in the world. Their user bases are spread across the greater China region and include billions of people. That means when the Chinese government starts cracking down on content and banning certain online activity, the tech world should take notice.
Luckily, Brendan was able to join me to tell us what we need to know. Enjoy!
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