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Room for less alarmist outlook on China

The key to investing in China is to understand that its markets are still developing and still in flux. Those who ride out the current volatility will reap the upside.
Wednesday, March 30, 2016 - 05:50

China's central bank now favours a relative stability of the yuan over further appreciation; it is inconceivable that Beijing has a desire to devalue the currency.

There are fears surrounding China on almost every front. Weaknesses are perceived regarding its gross domestic product (GDP), investment, its currency and capital outflows. The data on employment is thought insufficient. The positive current account is seemingly built on weaker imports. The

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