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Baillie Gifford's Earnshaw on Xi Jinping's 'new era'

Speaking during the week of 19th national congress of the Communist party of China earlier this month, Sophie Earnshaw talks about what Xi Jinping's 'new era' means for investors.  

The co-manager on the Baillie Gifford Greater China fund (alongside AAA-rated Mike Gush) explains why she sees Chinese internet stocks, like Alibaba and Tencent, will be some of the best growth stocks in the world. 

The Baillie Gifford Greater China fund over the past three years has returned 98.7% to investors, beating the sector average of 62.6%. 

 

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