Chinese stocks are having a rocky start this year, with the overhang of the U.S.-China trade war and signs of slowing domestic and global growth. Yet there are very attractive valuations, particularly in the A-share market, in the world's second-largest economy, which is increasingly relying on domestic consumer-driven activity and positive market developments. Several reasons support buying opportunities in the Chinese stock market for institutional investors, as this P&I roundtable of experts explains. The panel includes Tom Harvey, senior equity specialist at Aberdeen Standard Investments; Brian Beitner, portfolio manager at Chautauqua Capital Management, a division of Baird; and Richard Gao, portfolio manager and research principal, China, at Matthews Asia. While spotlighting opportunities, the panel also cautioned that investing in China requires a close watch on a sentiment-driven market, government policy and the ongoing trade situation.view more white papers
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