EFGAM's Mok: There is no value left in Chinese A-shares

Anna Fedorova
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There is no longer any value in the Chinese A-shares market, according to EFG Asset Management's China fund manager Mansfield Mok.

Mok (pictured), who runs the $302m (£206m) New Capital China Equity fund, said China’s mainland stock exchange is not offering attractive opportunities, despite the hype around the Stock Connect programme....

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