Gallery: Five China A-shares to back for 'inexorable growth' in 2018

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The inexorable growth of the Chinese middle classes is setting a new paradigm for growth managers as the local market opens further to foreign investors. Stephanie Li, investment analyst at Aubrey Capital Management in Edinburgh highlights some of the new drivers for growth in the Chinese market.

The inexorable growth of the Chinese middle classes is setting a new paradigm for growth managers as the local market opens further to foreign investors. Stephanie Li, investment analyst at Aubrey Capital...

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