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Investors should allocate up to 20% of their portfolios to China over the next decade, strategist says – CNBC

Investors need to allocate more of their portfolios into China, as “geopolitical diversification” is going to be a more crucial consideration, according to one…

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SINGAPORE Investors need to allocate more of their portfolios into China, as “geopolitical diversification” is going to be a more crucial consideration in the years ahead, according to one investment strategist.
Currently, investors globally have about less than 5% of their shares invested into China, said Paul Colwell, head of the advisory portfolio group for Asia at insurance brokerage Willis Towers Watson.
Pension funds and endowments have between 3% and 5% allocations to China, according to…

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