Investors are selling Chinese stocks at a rapid rate, despite efforts by Beijing to stimulate economic growth. The outflow of foreign funds from China's A-share market has reached an unprecedented level. The recent approval of sovereign bonds and the purchase of funds by the sovereign wealth fund have provided temporary relief, but the stock market index is still down for the year. Trust in the Chinese Communist Party has also collapsed, partly due to the government's behavior towards foreign businesses. The economic slowdown and lack of convincing response from authorities are the primary reasons for the decrease in appetite for Chinese shares. Rising tensions between China and the US are also contributing to the exodus. Beijing has implemented measures to support the stock market and boost the economy, but these temporary measures are not changing sentiment. Chinese investors themselves are losing faith in the country's economy.
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