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Exploring world markets: A week of multiple news on China

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In his latest short video, James Klempster discusses this week’s news on China, presenting opportunities and challenges.

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James Klempster
James Klempster
James Klempster has 19 years’ investment management experience. Before joining Liontrust in 2021, James was Director of Investment Management at Momentum Global Investment Management. He has also worked for Avebury Asset Management and NW Brown Investment Management.

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