Mobius Says China Crackdown Is Good for Markets Long Term

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Jul.27 — Mark Mobius, founding partner of Mobius Capital Partners, says he sees buying opportunities in China amid the regulatory crackdown. He speaks during an interview with Bloomberg’s Dani Burger and Alix Steel on “Bloomberg Markets.”

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