VanEck New China ESG UCITS ETF
- Access China’s new economy
- Exposure to the sectors forecasted to lead future growth
- Diversified basket of companies
- Thorough screening from both a financial and ESG standpoint
China’s booming new economy is increasingly relevant in the global landscape. VanEck China ETF captures this potential and focuses on the implications of what could become the largest middle class in the world.
Risk of China ETF: You may lose money up to the total loss of your investment due to Emerging Markets Risk and Risk of investing in smaller companies as described in the Main Risk Factors, KIID and prospectus.
According to some projections, China is expected to surpass the United States as the world's largest economy in the coming years. The country's impressive growth trajectory shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. China has made significant investments in research and development, infrastructure, and emerging technologies like artificial intelligence and 5G. These efforts have enabled China to become a global leader in many key industries and positioned it to continue growing its economy well into the future. The following factors will be particularly crucial for growth:
China’s middle class is growing at a pace much faster than other major economies. It could soon have the largest middle class in the world. As a consequence, certain sectors are poised to benefit more than others, also thanks to the rising GDP per capita and overall welfare in the country.
China ETF enables an investment in the growing new economy of the country. After careful analysis of demographic and macroeconomic trends shaping China and the rest of Asia, it targets specific sectors expected to lead the growth in the next decades. In the wake of a rising upper middle class and disposable income, sectors like consumer discretionary and staples, information technology and healthcare are expected to outperform.
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China ETF by VanEck adopts a detailed approach to filter the companies included in the investment strategy. Both fundamental and ESG related factors are taken into account.
Performance of China ETF