Eugene Qian of UBS Securities says around $70 billion could come into Chinese A shares by the end of 2019.
The U.S. and China may seem closer to an agreement on trade, but their competing ambitions for technological dominance are a possible sticking point, Boston Consulting Group's chairman told CNBC.
Michael Gorriz of Standard Chartered says the bank's mantra is that sharing knowledge will help both parties to win, and that is why the firm will continue to partner with big technology companies such as Ant Financial.
Renault, which has three joint ventures in the country, plans to sell 550,000 vehicles in China in 2022.
Michelle Avary of the World Economic Forum says technology and a viable business model are challenges that developers face in the process of producing self-driving cars.
Henrik Naujoks of Bain & Company says uncertainty over the U.S.-China trade dispute will remain for "quite a long time." He also says the ban of Huawei is a "visible sign" in the tensions between the two economies.
The ongoing U.S.-China trade war will become harder to resolve as Beijing continues to up its tech game, Henrik Naujoks of Bain & Company told CNBC.
We have to watch for further progress in negotiations between the two sides, says Jing Ulrich, managing director and vice-chair, global banking and APAC at JPMorgan Chase.
Autonomous driving companies need to make sure the technology works and that business models can actually make money, according to World Economic Forum's Michelle Avary.
Ben Harburg of MSA Capital says "huge amounts" of capital and talent are going to be "thrown at" building a parallel technology ecosystem in China that doesn't depend on U.S. chips.
Businesses will have to redirect their supply chains to be less vulnerable to the U.S.-China trade dispute, says Hans-Paul Burkner, chairman at Boston Consulting Group.
François Provost of Groupe Renault says the electric vehicle market could grow a lot in the coming years in China, and the country will lead the trend of EVs in the automotive industry.
Despite challenges facing the world's second-largest economy, views on China were largely optimistic at the World Economic Forum meeting in Dalian.
A panel of expert discuss the importance of investing and adopting new technologies for companies search for growth.
As we race toward the fourth industrial revolution there will inevitably be tensions between public, private and individual interests, say "Summer Davos" execs.
It was "quite egocentric" of the West to be cautious of China's rise, the popular talk show host said.
David Scharia from the UN Security Council Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive Directorate talks fighting terrorism online.
Hu Weiwei, founder and president of Mobike, said the company has plans to move into the U.S. market.
Talk-show host Jin Xing might be one of China's most prolific television personalities, but she's chosen to rent rather than own a home.
David Scharia of the U.N. Counter Terrorism Executive Directorate explains how internet companies are cooperating to fight extremist online content.