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China not the best place to find bargains despite market selloff

One year after China's equity bubble peaked, valuations have yet to fall back to earth as government intervention keeps stock prices elevated at a time of shrinking corporate profits.

Hong Kong

IT'S going to take more than the world's deepest stock market selloff to turn China into a destination for international bargain hunters.

Even after a 40 per cent tumble in the Shanghai Composite Index over the past 12 months, valuations for China's domestic A shares are