Adviser Fund Index

Eschenbacher, Stefanie
September 2009
Money Marketing;9/10/2009, p27
The article presents an analysis of China's economic recovery from the 2009 global financial crisis, according to Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. It notes that its GDP has increased by an annual rate of approximately beyond 14 percent in the second quarter. David Wynn, investment director of Bentley Jennison Financial Management Ltd., states that investors have been trying to grab on positive news from China.


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