This article by Eudora Wang originally appeared on China Money Network, the best data intelligence platform tracking China’s tech and venture capital markets (access requires subscription).

The Chinese investment market is expected to revive with relatively sufficient liquidity in the next two to three years after the current capital market downturn run its course. In other words, the so-called capital market winter won’t be so cold after all, says a prominent economist.

“In the next two to three years—speaking generally—I think maintaining stable economic growth will be the priority of the Chinese government,” said Se Yan, an associate professor at the Guanghua School of Management at Peking University, in a phone interview with China Money Network last week. “I forecast monetary policy will remain stable with some accommodative adjustments, so I expect liquidity [in the Chinese investment market] to be relatively sufficient.”

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