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EM investors seek China alternative amid trade warBY KARREN VERGARA | TUESDAY, 30 OCT 2018 12:28PM
The intensity of the US and China trade war roiling the equity markets is worrying investors who are seeking alternative emerging markets exposure.
Read more: China, Pacific Alliance, Asia, MSCI, Kate Mulligan, King Irving Funds Management, Pablo Sprenger, Saxo Capital Markets, Sura Asset Management, Mike Pence, Eleanor Creagh, Chile, Columbia, Latin America, Peru
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