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Global funds seen buying more Chinese assets as reforms widen access to markets, Invesco survey shows

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China can expect to draw more portfolio inflows in the coming months even as global investors are split in their assessment of the likely impact of geopolitical tensions on the world’s second-largest economy, according to Invesco. Four in every five global asset owners and professional investors intend to raise their allocations over the next year to seize fresh opportunities created by China’s reform measures to further open its financial markets to foreigners, the Atlanta, Georgia-based…

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China can expect to draw more portfolio inflows in the coming months even as global investors are split in their assessment of the likely impact of geopolitical tensions on the world’s second-largest economy, according to Invesco. Four in every five global asset owners and professional investors intend to raise their allocations over the next year to seize fresh opportunities created by China’s reform measures to further open its financial markets to foreigners, the Atlanta, Georgia-based…

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