China Tech ETFs to Consider As Trade Talks Could Drag On

The ongoing trade war saga between the U.S. and China will resume in Washington on September after both sides entered into recent discussions. Investors who want to get in on the action with Chinese equities can look at sector-specific exchange-traded funds (ETFs).

U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping met at the G-20 summit in Japan earlier this summer, agreeing to hold back on further tariffs until the two largest economies can iron out a trade deal. The latest trade war news may have the capital markets inhaling a healthy dose of fresh air for the long-term.

Trump also chimed in on the Chinese economy via Twitter.

Meanwhile, trading on China’s new Nasdaq-style stock market began recently with 25 tech companies listed on the Science and Technology Innovation Board, which is operated by the Shanghai Stock Market. The board, dubbed STAR Market, represents an initiative by the government to encourage more Chinese tech companies to list on a domestic exchange–a move that could help open up more business investment in the country.

U.S.-China trade negotiations may appear to be at a standstill, but that doesn’t mean investors should sour their taste for Chinese equities. One of those areas of focus is technology and as such, here are three China tech ETFs to consider:
  1. Invesco China Technology ETF (NYSEArca: CQQQ): CQQQ is based on the AlphaShares China Technology Index, which is designed to measure the performance of the investable universe of publicly-traded information technology companies open to foreign investment that are based in mainland China, Hong Kong or Macau.
  2. Global X MSCI China Information Technology ETF (CHIK): CHIK tries to reflect the performance of the large- and mid-capitalization segments of the MSCI China Index that are classified in the Information Technology Sector as per the Global Industry Classification System.
  3. KraneShares CSI China Internet Fund (NasdaqGM: KWEB): KWEB tracks a portfolio of Chinese internet and internet-related companies. The portfolio includes Chinese internet companies that provide similar services as Google, Facebook, Twitter, eBay and Amazon.

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