Opportunities in China stocks but investors should be cautious: Investment managers

Most wealth managers suggest investors should wait for winners of the campaign to emerge before getting lured in. PHOTO: REUTERS
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SINGAPORE - As China's policymakers forge ahead with a comprehensive restructuring of one of the world's largest economies, investors are advised to remain vigilant to volatile swings in prices of Chinese stocks.

Analysts and investment managers here expect the recovery in asset prices to be difficult, volatile and long-drawn as Chinese policymakers promise regulatory reviews that stretch over not months but years.

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