China still positive despite unrestBY ELIZA BAVIN | TUESDAY, 3 DEC 2019 12:22PM
Everyone is trying to tap into the wonders of China as an emerging market, but protests continue to plague Hong Kong. So, does this create an opportunity to access the Chinese market or is it a sign for retreat?Read more: Alibaba, Hong Kong, Fidelity, Damien Buchet, Bubs Australia, Catherine Yeung, Maggie Zhou, Finisterre Capital, Kristy Carr
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