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Assets grow but inflows slow to “mere blip”
By Hui Ching-hoo
China’s onshore mutual fund assets rose 4.4% in the first half of 2022, driven by investor interest in low-risk and passive products, and international investment products such as domestic institutional investor funds, according to IIC Analyt...
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