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BlackRock Says Investors Are Underweight on ‘Sophisticated’ China Assets: FT

US asset manager says investors should ramp up exposure to China because it now has a developed economy and they see it as a safe bet


(AF) Researchers at BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager, have said investors should triple their exposure to China because its emergence as a full-fledged developed economy makes the country a safe bet, the Financial Times reported.

The company’s internal think tank believes China is under-represented in portfolios despite its markets being large and sophisticated, the reports added. Full report: Financial Times.   


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