China in a bull shop

Nickerson, Kira
July 2009
Money Marketing;7/9/2009, p34
In this article, the author discusses the survival of Chinese economy despite the current recession. He mentions that China remained to draw in investors and continued to attract retail assets amidst global crisis. The author also expects that China will become the single biggest investment opportunity. He also states that more launches are taking place in the country since product providers stay to take advantage of the alterations in the country.


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