Efforts by Chinese President Xi Jinping to regain the trust of international investors face serious hurdles.
Xi’s government showed little regard for those same investors last year when it unleashed a series of crackdowns on the country’s most profitable companies — in a bid to curb "disorderly capital” and ensure the firms didn’t become more powerful than the Communist Party.
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