The power demand, a potential paísde 1,300 million consumers and a growing breed of millionaires, is sufficient guarantee to launch such an ambitious project. In late September ready Dinghong investment fund Fund, which aims to reach one trillion yuan (108,000 million) and hopes to achieve a return of 15%.
It is the penultimate achievement of the Chinese giant, which this year has surpassed Japan and has become the second largest economy after the United States, and is also a symptom of the transformations that the country is experiencing, so far almost exclusively devoted to manufacture and bulk export of products thanks to its cheap labor.
The Chinese project, which certainly offers a great opportunity for investors, reports some negative effects depending on your point of view being valued. For example: the rising prices of French wines. The country's ability to increase exponentially rising demand such guarantees, hence the high expected returns. It also raises an important question: is there enough vineyards in France to supply both Bordeaux and Burgundy to consumers or producers will increase in volumes of mixing wines from other payments?
Finally, the question is when China stop exploiting achieved European and American brands and launch themselves. In a territory as large as the United States, is not ruled out that in a few decades China, adapting better production techniques, ended up leaving in the ditch also European vintners, as it has done with the textile industry. Incidentally, while deciding the new fund plans to manufacture millions of electric vehicles.