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What to make of the relative fortunes of China’s stock markets

China’s stock markets have fallen by more than most this week, and indeed over this year so far. But the country’s onshore equities have generally proven more resilient than their offshore counterparts, and we suspect that one of the factors behind this relative performance will persist for a while longer.

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