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    Barron’s China Roundtable: 15 Stocks That Don’t Need a Trade Deal to Reward Investors

    November 08, 2019
     

    This year’s news headlines have been focused predominantly on China, its anticipated economic slowdown, the U.S.-China trade dispute and ongoing protests in Hong Kong. Amid this noise, Chinese stocks have done remarkably well.

    VanEck Emerging Markets Equity Portfolio Manager David Semple joined panelists during the most recent Barron’s China Roundtable to offer insights, share trends and discuss opportunities that contribute to the performance of Chinese issuers. He explains China’s shift towards a consumer-led economy and its rising domestic market, regardless of the global political rhetoric. From sportswear retailer to esports companies, he shares insights on existing opportunities to invest in the future of China.

    To learn more, please read the full Barron’s China Roundtable here.

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