Robeco APAC CIO: Underweight China, Hong Kong

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    Jun.15 — Arnout van Rijn, Asia-Pacific chief investment officer and fund manager at Robeco, discusses why he’s underweight China and Hong Kong equities. Arnout’s team manages around $4 billion of Asian equity money from Hong Kong. He speaks to David Ingles and Tom Mackenzie on “Bloomberg Markets: China Open.”

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