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How to invest in the Chinese market with ETFs

China in the early ’00s was the fastest growing economy and now, in some listings, is the biggest market on the planet. It is also known that China doesn’t have the best relations with the west after US President Donald Trump started a trade war with them. This led investors unable to invest in Chinese companies. ETFs are the solution to this problem. In this article, I will present 4 ETFs that contain Chinese companies.

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Dimitrios Gourtzilidis

Dimitrios Gourtzilidis

I write about trading the markets and finance in general.

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