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Rathbones' Smith on China's economic hegemony ambitions

Discussing China's saving problem, Ed Smith, head of asset allocation research at Rathbones, argues that if the country opens up there will be an outflow of capital. 

He highlights China's ambitions to become an economic hegemon in the region and points out that this will be accompanied by its further integration into the international economy. 

Here he reveals what asset allocators should look out for when looking to invest in the country, and the potential impact of Chinese A-shares being included in a number of MSCI benchmarks. 

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