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How should I allocate to China?
16 September 2019
Think of this edition as “An Investor’s Guide to China.” We take you to Chengdu, Sichuan province, where one of our investors spends two weeks living with a local family to see how Chinese consumer spending habits are changing - shown here in two compelling videos. China’s debt market is coming of age but is unlike any other in the world - so find out how we navigate it with unique research we are sharing with you for the first time. And hunters for yield may have a new quarry: Chinese companies are starting to pay dividends as managements realise they can attract a more stable investor base. How should you allocate to China? Here, Fidelity Answers. - Richard Edgar, Editor in Chief
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