Rising in the East

Lindorff, Dave
April 2007
Employee Benefit News;Apr2007, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p45
The article presents a reprint of the article "Rising in the East," by Dave Lindorff, which appeared in the January 15, 2007 issue of "Investment Management Weekly." It focuses on the increasing interest of defined benefit (DB) plan sponsors in investing in China. An overview of the Chinese economic condition is also provided. According to Neuberger Berman chief information officer (CIO) Jack Rivkin, profitability is one of the factors that must be considered when investing in the country.


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