By Tomoeh Murakami Tse and Ariana Eunjing Cha
Washington Post Staff Writers
Sunday, July 22, 2007; Page F01
It’s the money tree that keeps on giving.
Despite warnings about the lack of transparency, corruption scandals and companies with shaky financials, the Chinese stock market has leaped 300 percent in the past two years.
No other major market in the world has rewarded investors as generously. Consider: Brazil, Russia and India — the other fast-growing countries that make up the so-called BRIC economies — gained at most 170 percent over the same period. The Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index rose 24 percent.
Related: We at Peace and Freedom believe that despite the terrific potential for wealth; China’s record on human rights and corruption detracts significantly from her opportunities. Before investors enter the China market, we recommend they review her overall record in the international community. See: