China’s economic development is a unique success story. With 1.4 billion inhabitants and a Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth of USD 12.8 trillion in 2017, China is today the world’s second largest economy after the United States, and is increasingly playing an influential role in the global economy.
In this special “Wonderful China: Understanding Investment Opportunities in Chinese Equities” report, you will discover:
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CAROLINE YU MAURER – Head of Greater China Equities, Lead Portfolio Manager
CHI LO – Senior Economist Greater China
JESSICA TEA – Investment Specialist, Greater China & Asia Pacific Equities
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