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China 'in early stage of a bull market'

But investors should be prepared for a choppy ride while watching for progress on economic reform and policy easing, says Nikko AM.

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WORD OF CAUTION: Returns on equities out of China in the next 12 months are not going to be as much as the last 12 months, and there may be setbacks of 10 or 20 per cent along the way, says Mr Sartori.

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WORD OF CAUTION: Returns on equities out of China in the next 12 months are not going to be as much as the last 12 months, and there may be setbacks of 10 or 20 per cent along the way, says Mr Sartori (above).

CHINA is in the early stage of a longer-term bull market, thanks to ongoing economic reforms and the liquidity boost from monetary policy easing, says Peter Sartori, head of Nikko Asset Management Asia ex-Japan equities.

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