The reality behind the China headlines

Growth still strong and valuations attractive

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 Rob Brewis, fund manager at Aubrey Capital Management
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Rob Brewis, fund manager at Aubrey Capital Management

A recent visit to Beijing proved to be an opportune moment to look at the reality of life in the world's second-largest economy, despite a background of doom-laden headlines about trade wars and economic slowdowns.

In reality, China is significantly less vulnerable to a US trade war than at any time in the past 20 years. Not only is it becoming a service-led economy, but the importance of the US as an end market...

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