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The prospects for the “China risk premium”

A thawing in China/US tensions could, in our view, help “risky” assets in China for a while by reducing the “China risk premium” that seems to have emerged. But we doubt it would fully reverse the recent underperformance of China’s equity markets relative to those elsewhere, and we suspect that, in the long run, the risk premium is here to stay.

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