Xi’s ‘Disorderly Capital’ Is $1.5T Question for Investors

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Bloomberg Markets and Finance published this video item, entitled “Xi’s ‘Disorderly Capital’ Is $1.5T Question for Investors” – below is their description.

Sep.10 — China’s continued use of slogans in terms of policy statements and speeches won’t have lost any investors trying to navigate this recent wave of regulatory reforms. The latest buzz phrase the markets have been trying to decipher is “disorderly expansion of capital.” Bloomberg’s Lucille Liu reports on “Bloomberg Markets: China Open.”

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