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Are we there yet? No bottom in sight for China stocks

Bangkok Post Sunday, 16 September 2018 ()
SHANGHAI - Shanghai is the world's worst-performing major stock market this year despite respectable corporate earnings, a disconnect which is feeding growing talk that Chinese equities are now a screaming buy.

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