VS Partners CIO Vanessa Xu on investing in China, Asia

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VS Partners Managing Partner & CIO Vanessa Xu says she hasn’t reduced China but selectively adding Chinese A shares and A credit. She discusses her latest strategy and positioning with David Ingles and Yvonne Man on ‘Bloomberg Markets Asia’. 65% of VS Partners portfolio is in global assets, including equities and fixed income, while 35% is in Chinese assets.


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