State to halt Chinese investments

Decision impacts 1% of Wyoming’s portfolio

CASPER — Wyoming will halt its passive investments in China starting in July amid growing concern about the risks of investing in the country. The money that Wyoming currently has passively invested in China will be distributed across investments in other nations next month.

Wyoming’s active investments in China — those that are managed and individually assessed for risk and return — will still be on the table.

The move won’t significantly impact Wyoming’s investments; China only makes up roughly 1% of its entire portfolio, with just a portion of that accounting for passive investments.



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