"From my ten years of investing in China, I struggle to think of a better time to find opportunities. Yes, there are some clouds on the horizon, but these are part of the reason I’m so excited.
For years, the benefits of China have been easy to see, but now they’re a bit less obvious. While many investors are focusing on the short-term economic outlook, I’m looking at the country’s far-reaching reforms that aim to turn its economy away from exports and towards its own consumers. This could create a great environment for companies to grow, and while other investors are nervous, I am seeking to boost performance by searching for opportunities at a good price that they are missing out on."
Dale Nicholls, Manager of Fidelity China Special Situations PLC
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