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DWS Chief Urges Investors to Ignore China Crackdown ‘Noise’: FT
DWS CEO Asoka Woehrmann. Photo: DWS

 

(AF) Asset managers should ignore the “noise” of China’s regulatory crackdown and focus instead on the country’s long-term potential, the Financial Times reported DWS chief executive Asoka Woehrmann as saying.

The head of the €859 billion German investment firm said asset managers need a “long-term view in China” and should “learn to deal with these uncertainties”, the report added. Full story: Financial Times

 

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