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These Chinese U.S.-listed stocks could be relatively safe as Beijing crackdown continues

An electric vehicle charging station is seen at Nio's headquarters on Jan. 31, 2021 in Hefei, Anhui Province of China.
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It may seem risky to hold Chinese stocks as Beijing steps up its regulatory crackdown on tech and education companies, but investors should know that many high-growth names could be insulated from policy risk, Wall Street analysts said.

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