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    China Early-stage Investment Market Report 2020
    China’s early-stage investment market has seen declining fundraising hit by the coronavirus pandemic in the first half of the year, and gradual recovery in the second half. Investment grew steadily quarter by quarter. According to PEdata under Zero2IPO, in 2020, China's early-stage investment firms raised 70 new funds, involving a total of RMB13.05 billion, which has improved. In terms of investment, there were 1,076 early-stage investment deals in 2020, and the disclosed investment amount was about RMB12.31 billion. The number of deals decreased, but the amount increased slightly. Sectors related to core technologies such as IT, Internet, semiconductors and machinery manufacturing still attracted active investments. In terms of exit, there were 221 exits in China's early-stage investment market in 2020, including 105 via equity transfer, 48 via repurchase and 41 via IPO of invested enterprises.
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    2020年中国早期投资市场上半年受疫情影响,资金募集大幅遇冷,下半年活跃度逐渐回升。投资活动相对平稳,也呈现出随季度活跃度上升的趋势。根据清科旗下私募通统计,2020中国早期投资机构新募集70支基金,总计共募得130.49亿元,募资规模有所提升,募资情况有所改善;投资方面,2020年国内共发生1,076 起早期投资案例,披露投资金额约为123.11亿元,投资案例数量有所下降,但是涉及金额微增。IT、互联网、半导体、机械制造等与核心科技创新关联较强的行业投资依然活跃;退出方面,2020年中国早期投资市场全年共发生221笔退出案例,其中股权转让发生105笔,回购退出48笔,被投企业IPO 41笔。
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    China Early-stage Investment Market Report Q2’20
    In the second quarter of 2020, due to the liquidity support of central banks and the effective control of the COVID-19 epidemic in some regions, the financial market gradually recovered from the negative impact of the epidemic. The global stock market staged a recovery overall, but still away from the level before the epidemic spread in February 2020. The average of the US dollar index has rebounded from the first quarter, the yen and the euro have been stable, and most emerging economies have suffered from a significant currency devaluation. As the Federal Reserve launched open QE and injected liquidity into the market through large-scale repurchase and other tools, the price movement of various assets has returned to normal. On June 30, the VIX index was 30.43%, a significant decline from March. In the latest World Economic Outlook Report released by the International Monetary Fund, the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic on economy is more serious than expected, and the recovery is expected to be slower than before: the global GDP growth rate in 2020 is expected to be –4.9%, 1.9% lower than the forecast in April. The IMF predicts that all regions (developed economies, emerging markets, and developing economies) will suffer negative growth in 2020, and the forecasts of consumption growth in most economies have been reduced. The global growth in 2021 is expected to be 5.4%, which is 0.4% lower than the forecast in April. Consumption will gradually increase next year, and investment will stabilize and pick up, but it will remain weak.
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    2020年第二季度,因各国央行的流动性支持以及部分地区疫情得到有效控制,全球金融市场从新冠疫情的负面冲击中逐渐恢复。全球股市整体回升,但尚未达到 2020年2月疫情全球蔓延之前的水平。
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    China Early-stage Investment Market Report Q1’20
    In the first quarter of 2020, affected by the COVID-19 epidemic, the financial market became turbulent, and the global economic prosperity declined significantly after March. The global stock market is in great turmoil, the liquidity crisis of the US dollar broke out, assets were sold off, and the prices of risky assets and safe-haven assets plunged one after another. The VIX index rose more than the financial crisis in 2008. In the latest World Economic Outlook Report released by the International Monetary Fund, the world economic growth is facing the most serious blow since the Great Depression in the 1930s: for the first time, the world is facing the simultaneous recession of both developed and emerging economies. The IMF predicts that the global GDP growth will shrink by 3% in 2020, and the global economy will recover to the 5.8% YoY growth level in 2021. The COVID-19 epidemic will cause losses of about US$9 trillion worldwide in the next two years, exceeding the total GDP of Japan and Germany. If the epidemic continues until 2021, global GDP may shrink by 2.2% next year.