It wasn’t the best of years for China in 2018, thanks to debt issues and tariff wars. But the Chinese market is still quite young, and it is also massive. Despite a slowing economy in 2018, China attracted $50 billion of equity inflows and $103 billion of bond inflows during the first three quarters, surpassing the full year total for 2017. Portfolio inflows are likely to stay strong in 2019, with MSCI likely to quadruple the inclusion ratio of China’s A shares it its bellwether emerging market benchmark. In short, China is unavoidable for global investors, so why not learn more about one of the best ways to access its potential.
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