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Is China’s stock market still relatively appealing?

The powerful re-opening rally in China’s stock market has eroded a large part of the valuation gap that led us to judge that equities there were relatively appealing a couple of months ago. That said, we think there’s still some scope for it to continue to outperform in the near term.

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