Translator: Julia Gao
“Investment in Social media is the future,” said Miles Guo in the live broadcast on May 15, 2022.
During the live broadcast, Miles Guo talked about a mysterious Middle East tycoon. He said every social medium is involved in Abu Dhabi’s investment, such as Google, YouTube, Facebook, etc. Who is the boss of Telegram? It’s Abu Dhabi. Besides, social media worth over a million dollars, such as TikTok, Tencent QQ, WhatsApp, all have been invested by Abu Dhabi.
Miles Guo has also mentioned for several times that a Middle Eastern sovereign wealth fund has chosen the New Federal State of China (NFSC) without the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to invest in HCNs and the G series. This mysterious Middle East tycoon, the Abu Dhabi-based Sovereign Wealth Fund, has already set up its investment in the NFSC in the post-communist era, who can be considered to have a great strategic vision.
Recently, Abu Dhabi has attracted more attention than any other city in the world because of the transition of leadership. On May 14, Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan, the crown prince of Abu Dhabi Sheikhdom, was officially elected as the new president of the United Arab Emirates. One day earlier, his half-brother, Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, former president of the United Arab Emirates, died at the age of 73.
After Khalifa suffered from a stroke and underwent a surgery in 2014, Mohammed, as crown prince of Abu Dhabi, is widely seen as the actual helmsman of the UAE, leading reforms in the Middle East and creating a new anti-Iran axis with Israel. In 2020, the UAE first established relations with Israel and reached an agreement on Abraham Accords, mediated by the United States.
Abu Dhabi, as described by Miles Guo: “Such a small sheikhdom with production value of tens of trillion can produce oil, but there is only one country in the Middle East, living without any extravagance, without showing off their wealth, which is Abu Dhabi. It shocks people by its modernization, religious modernization, security, and financialization.”
In 1971, just after the Third Middle East War in the Saudi Peninsula, six sheikhdoms on the eastern side of the peninsula established a new federal state, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), which included Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Fujairah, Umm al-Quwain and Ajman, with its capital located in Abu Dhabi. The following year, Ras Al Khaimah joined the federation and the UAE has seven sheikdoms.
Before the discovery of oil, Abu Dhabi was just a small fishing village where people lived by digging for pearls and fishing. It wasn’t until 1966 that a large amount of oil was discovered in the UAE, more than 90% of which was within Abu Dhabi’s territory, which made Abu Dhabi become a sheikdom of oil tycoons. However, the Abu Dhabi government noticed that the oil is unrecyclable and unsustainable and began to seek a way to improve asset yields. In 1976, the Abu Dhabi government-owned International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) set up the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) to invest the money earned from oil exports in the hope of preserving and increasing the value of assets.
With its well-funded sovereign wealth funds and modern financialization, Abu Dhabi’s global investment power and influence can’t be underestimated today. The latest 2022 statistics from the U.S. Sovereign Fund Institute, which ranks the top 100 sovereign wealth funds by total assets, show that Abu Dhabi has two top-ranked sovereign wealth funds: the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA), founded in 1976, is ranked fourth with nearly $700 billion total assets; and the Mubadala Sovereign Wealth Fund (Mubadala), which has a short history but is gaining momentum, is currently ranked 13th.
|1||Norway Government Pension Fund||$1,338,200,286,000||sovereign wealth fund||歐洲|
|2||China Investment Corporation||$1,222,307,000,000||sovereign wealth fund||亞洲|
|3||Kuwait Investment Authority||$737,938,500,000||sovereign wealth fund||中東|
|4||Abu Dhabi Investment Authority||$697,863,828,480||sovereign wealth fund||中東|
|13||Mubadala Investment Company||to be determined||sovereign wealth fund||中東|
Data source: www.swfinstitute.org
According to statistics, the UAE’s sovereign wealth funds reached US$1.3 trillion in 2020, with four major sovereign wealth funds taking up 16% of the global sovereign wealth fund plan (US$8.14 trillion), including the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA), Mubadala, Emirate and Dubai International Investment Company, of which ADIA and Mubadala represent two very different investment philosophies in the UAE.
The importance of the ADIA Sovereign Fund to Abu Dhabi and the UAE is evident from the fact that the former President of the UAE, Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, who recently passed away, also served as Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA). ADIA’s early investment strategy and portfolio have remained mysterious, nobody, from the President of the UAE down to the executives of the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA), knew the company’s management scale. It was not until 2010 that ADIA published its first annual evaluation report.
Abu Dhabi Investment Authority’s investments cover a wide range of assets. According to the data published on AIDA’s website, its investments are distributed among stock markets, emerging markets’ stock markets, government bonds, credit assets, real estate, private equity, and infrastructure in developed countries, among which, the highest percentage of investment in developed country stock markets is 42%, followed by emerging market stock markets and government bonds. ADIA’s latest report mentions that 45% of its investment portfolio is managed by internal managers and 55% by external managers.
ADIA believes that China and India will be the main drivers of global growth in the coming years. Before the QFII quota is fully released in 2020, ADIA’s QFII [Note: Qualified Foreign Institutional Investor] quota, like the Macau Monetary Authority, is US$5 billion, which is tied for first in China. So far, ADIA has invested nearly US$10 billion in China’s A-share market alone.
Mubadala Sovereign Wealth Fund, known for being a major investor in the SoftBank Vision Fund, differs from ADIA in its investment areas and strategy. with over $250 billion in available assets and its investments are made in more than 50 countries around the world on the basis of commerce. Promising industries and areas are the key directions to invest, such as aerospace, agriculture, healthcare, information and communications technology, and semiconductors.
On October 27, 2021, Global Founderies, the world’s fourth largest chip manufacturer invested and absolutely owned by Mubadala, was listed on NASDAQ. Global Founderies is the world’s most advanced semiconductor fabrication technology platform, capable of producing chips up to 7 nm. In the live broadcast on October 7, 2021, Miles Guo revealed that Global Founderies’ 7 nm chips and bio-chips cooperated with IBM will be the technical advantage that will support the future G series including the new GTV, GETTR, Gnews and Himalaya Reserve, as well as the integration with StarLink.
However, the outbreak of the Russia-Ukraine war and the CCP’s frenzy at home and abroad have created significant risks for Abu Dhabi’s Sovereign Wealth Fund’s investments in Russia and China. Since the Russa’s invasion of Ukraine, Mubadala Sovereign Wealth Fund has suffered heavy losses in the fall of asset prices in Russia, making it most affected by the sanctions on Russia. Mubadala has suspended its investments in Russia. The CEO Khaldoon Al Mubarak said at an investment conference in Dubai: “Obviously, under such a disturbing environment, we have to suspend our investments in Russia.”
Under such circumstances, it is not surprising that the Abu Dhabi Sovereign Wealth Fund invests in the G series of the New Federal State of China, which is a forward-looking choice for the country’s financial security. The Chinese market has always been a huge lure for international capital, but because of the CCP government’s autocracy and corruption, these investors have had to collude with the CCP for their benefits, making Chinese people pay the price. Meanwhile, with dictatorship in Russia and China playing fire around the world, investment in these regions is becoming much riskier, and even the worst outcome for Abu Dhabi Sovereign Wealth Fund.
People see the present, and the heaven sees the long term. At a time of great changes in the world, Abu Dhabi’s sovereign fund is very far-sighted to invest in the New Federal State of China. Instead of dancing with the devil of the CCP, taking huge risks to make dirty money, it is better for Abu Dhabi to invest in the future along with the New Federal State of China, making clean money forever.
The New Federal State of China and G-Series represent justice and the social media GETTR was not born out of the political conflicts. The prospect of investing in the New Federal State of China is just like what Miles Guo said in the live broadcast on May 15th: Investing in GTV and G-Series is like that I give you a seed today and I’m waiting to see that it will blossom in your hand in the future. I hope you will have a use of the platform and make good profits out of it year after year.
Miles Guo Grand Live Broadcast on May 15, 2022
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