Cleantech sector set to rebound amid growing public concern

To date, the cleantech sector continues to be substantially underfunded despite strong government support since 2012. According to a report released by China’s central bank, China has only invested 15% of the RMB 2tn it pledged to spend to reduce pollution. More investment will be needed in order to build a greener and cleaner China.

The Chinese people want a cleaner environment and have come to recognize the benefits of clean technology. By investing in China’s cleantech sector, investors can expect to gain both public esteem and juicy returns.

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