Emerging Asia Will Go Through a Soft Patch: Credit Suisse

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    Mar.25 — Dan Fineman, co-head of APAC equity strategy, securities research at Credit Suisse Group AG, discusses his outlook for Asian markets, valuations in China and where he’s finding opportunity. He speaks exclusively to Sophie Kamaruddin on “Bloomberg Markets: China Open” from the sidelines of the Credit Suisse Asian Investment Conference in Hong Kong.

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