Nicholas Borst discusses recent volatility affecting Chinese stocks and highlights four underappreciated aspects of investing in China. He also examines these topics in a Letter to Shareholders.
- Nicholas Borst, Vice President and Director of China Research
- Natalia Urbanek, National Accounts Manager
China's best companies are not going to be limited by China's domestic market. That's one exciting thing that we're looking for as we evaluate investment opportunities in China.
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- Natalia Urbanek is a Registered Representative of ALPS Distributors, Inc.