Credit Suisse picks Chinese 'little giant' stocks, says the start-ups are a growing force

An AI robot by CloudMinds is on display on the opening day of the China International Robot Show 2018 at the National Exhibition and Convention Centre on July 4, 2018 in Shanghai, China.
China News Service

There's a group of government-endorsed start-ups in China that's becoming a "growing force" in the country's push for greater technological self-reliance, according to Credit Suisse. The investment bank has singled out 32 names in this group of small- and medium-sized firms, which China has called "little giants" in its plan to boost thousands of start-ups in the country.

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