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With Chinese stocks in free fall, it was only a matter of time before Hayman Capital founder Kyle Bass - one of Wall Street's most vocal critics - showed up to say 'I told you so'.
And so, with Chinese stocks in free fall, Bass appeared for an interview with CNBC on Tuesday to warn that it's "impossible to discount" all the risks associated with investing in Chinese companies. Because now those risks aren't limited to corporate malfeasance (like what happened with Luckin Coffee) but investors are now shouldering political risks that are "impossible to discount", Bass said. Since Didi doesn't have any assets in the US, ultimately, it will be the fund managers who decided to invest in the company who will likely face the legal repercussions. After all, they should have known better.
"Even Stevie Wonder could see what's going on...it's easy to see, once you understand the fundamental ideology of China, all of the things that are happening today are impossible to discount, they're easy to see coming. Chinese companies won't submit themselves to audits...now you have to pay Xi Jinping risk. How can you pay a multiple...will all that risk in front of you. This is going to be a panacea for lawyers when they start bringing lawsuits against fund managers...there is no defense for a fiduciary who invests in China today," Bass warned...
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