China Education Names Under Review

The country’s new order to strip them of the ability to make a profit may hurt worse than a near-term correction.

Kate Lin, CAIA 28 July, 2021 | 11:38
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The Chinese government is considering compelling all institutions with a school curriculum to register as non-profit organizations, challenging the profitability of private tutoring firms across the country.

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Security NamePriceChange (%)Morningstar Rating
New Oriental Education & Technology Group Inc ADR1.87 USD-0.27Rating
TAL Education Group ADR4.46 USD-1.33Rating

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Kate Lin, CAIA

Kate Lin, CAIA  is a Data Journalist for Morningstar Asia, and is based in Hong Kong

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