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China Crisis: what happened to Asia's superpower?

Investment Trust Insider looks at the events behind China's stock market woes that have sent tremors around the world.

China Crisis: what happened to Asia's superpower?

Signs that China wants to lower its currency and boost its flagging economy as it moves towards a consumer-led society have alarmed stock markets and contributed to the falls in share and bond prices around the world in the New Year.

In the latest issue of Investment Trust Insider we speak to the managers of Asian Total Return (ATR ), Henderson Far East Income (HFEL ), Establishment Investment Trust (ET ) and Foreign & Colonial (FRCL ) as well as experts at City of London Investment Group, Schroders and Standard Life Investments for their views on the strains that China's slowdown is placing on the global economy.

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