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Hedge funds reassess China after market rout

For those foreign investors who got in early, the run-up in share prices in China was remarkable. But there were signs of a bubble early on

Some investors are optimistic that while this market turmoil has scared off many, it will most likely force China's leaders to put market changes into effect sooner.

IT wasn't long ago that hedge funds were preparing for one of the biggest openings into China in years. In November, foreign investors were for the first time able to buy and sell shares listed in the Shanghai market directly. It was a chance to ride the great China bull run.

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